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In the last 2 years, our partner, the Nepal Development Research Institute, have successfully advocated for increases in tobacco tax in Nepal.
It’s known that people from more deprived backgrounds are more likely to get cancer. New analysis from Cancer Research UK…
Focusing on cancer prevention globally is essential; we cannot say we have beaten cancer until we have beaten it everywhere.
For some, a world where cigarettes don’t exist might be difficult to imagine. Less than 30 years ago it would’ve…
From restricting sunbed use for under 18s, to banning smoking at work and in public places, here are 4 ways we’ve influenced cancer policy and made real change.
For the second instalment in our health inequalities series, we’re looking at what’s behind differences in the causes of smoking.
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.
Hear from a policy manager at Cancer Research UK about what they think about Phillip Morris International’s bid for pharmaceutical company Vectura.
Researchers also found the number of high-risk drinkers rose by 40%, with over 4.5 million adults classed as ‘high-risk drinkers’ during the first lockdown.
Over 11,000 cases of cancer were linked to smoking in the lowest income group, compared to around 6,000 in the highest.