Building collaborations in global cancer care: from fragile conflict ecosystems to emerging economies / Cancer control in areas of conflict

Prof Richard Sullivan speaks to ecancer at the CCLMIC meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, UK.

He starts by outlining the importance of the meeting, which frames cancer control in the setting of conflict environments, one which is often overlooked when it comes to healthcare.

Prof Sullivan outlines how this is vastly dependant on the country, whether it be ravaged by war, part of a refugee crisis, or suffers from intense drug violence.

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