Addressing the Rise of NCDs – Taking a Multi-sectoral Approach

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Non-communicable diseases – including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer and chronic respiratory disease – have become a global epidemic. They do not simply affect the industrialized world – 80% of the deaths from these diseases occur in low- and middle-income countries. Collectively NCDs have surpassed infectious diseases as the leading cause of death in all regions of the world with the exception of Africa.
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World Cancer Day: Treatment Should Not Be a Luxury

All of us have been touched by cancer, whether personally or through the experience of our families and friends. In a blog for The Huffington Post, Senior Partner Jeffrey L. Sturchio and UICC CEO Cary Adams call on the global community to step-up its efforts to address cancer and other NCDs.
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Rabin Martin Gives Back to the Community

Led by Rabin Martin President and CEO Bill Martin and Executive Vice President Rebecca Hoppy, 10 members of the Rabin Martin team spent the day working at St. John’s Episcopal Church, a community kitchen in nearby Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
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The Evolving Role of the Private Sector in Global Health

Why is it that we can buy Coca-Cola beverages virtually anywhere, when basic health products like oral rehydration therapy or condoms are unavailable in many of those same places? In a blog for The Huffington Post, Senior Partner Jeffrey L. Sturchio and Princeton's Adel Mahmoud discuss how we can apply the relevant expertise of the private sector to new health initiatives through public-private partnerships for the improvement of global health.
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Seminar Series on the Role of the Private Sector

Rabin Martin and Princeton University inaugurated the Princeton Seminar on Global Health with an event entitled, The Evolving Role of the Private Sector in Global Health. The Seminar gathers members of academe, the private sector, civil society and others to explore issues around improving global health quality, equity and access.
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