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One year after the United Nations Summit on Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs): New Opportunities and Challenges in the Fight Against NCDs

This past year has seen tremendous progress on NCDs at the global level, most notably with the adoption of a global target to reduce premature deaths from NCDs including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory disease by 25% by 2025. Julie Torode and Rebecca Morton Doherty at Union for International Cancer Control provide an overview on the tremendous progress on NCDs at the global level.
 
 
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