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Universal health coverage and cancer care

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Published: 26.11.18
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Mr Rob Yates - Universal Health Coverage, London, UK

Rob Yates speaks to ecancer at the CCLMIC meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, UK.

He describes the idea of universal health coverage, where everyone has access to the medicines they need.

Yates highlights the countries which are currently closer to this goal that others, and why this might be.

He emphasises the need for the cancer community to get involved in order to encourage funding and recognition of cancer care so it can be best represented in any future universal health coverage benefit package.

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