By 2050, 6,810 cervical cancer cases and 1,750 deaths can be avoided
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Learn more about the direct out-of-pocket costs, indirect costs and psychosocial costs of cancer
Understanding the economic impact of improved cancer control efforts is critical for informing decision-making about future investments and is vital for the sustainability of the cancer control system
Consider value (benefits against costs), based on good data, when making cancer drug-funding decisions
Use cost estimates to guide decisions about programs and policies to help patients with cancer quit smoking during treatment
See the results of a literature review that summarized an economic evaluation of offering smoking cessation programs to patients during cancer treatment
Review this study to get an informative snapshot of a human resources strategy for cancer control