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If we can find interventions that help to increase participation in screening programmes amongst lower income groups, we may be able to reduce the health inequalities that exist in bowel cancer outcomes.
We investigate diet inequality and its root causes with Dr Amy Yau, Research Fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
New review sets out a roadmap the UK Government should follow to close the health inequality gap and end smoking in England.
For the second instalment in our health inequalities series, we’re looking at what’s behind differences in the causes of smoking.
Cancer Research UK’s (CRUK) ambition to beat cancer relies on a diverse and inclusive scientific workforce. People are at the…
We talk to Professor Sir Michael Marmot, who’s been at the forefront of health inequality research for decades, to discuss what it is and how we can reduce it.
We’ve had plans before. What we need is leadership, commitment and competence. Addressing cancer inequalities and cancer prevention must be central to the plan.
The UK Government has set out how they’ll help parts of the country to catch up on a range of measures, including health.
The charity publishes its gender and ethnicity pay gap reports.
A study published earlier this year uncovered some important differences in people’s experience of visiting the GP.