Latin America and the Caribbean Code against Cancer. Learn how to help prevent cancer in yourself and your family
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The International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization convened a group of specialists and representatives of civil society from Latin America and the Caribbean to formulate a series of prevention measures for cancer, based on the most recent scientific evidence and adapted to common scenarios in the subregion. As a result of this initiative, this code presents 17 actions to help prevent cancer, as well as public policy recommendations aimed at guaranteeing its effective application.
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