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A life not defined by disease is a life of possibility

We envision a future where no one dies prematurely from treatable, preventable diseases and all people living with noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), like cardiovascular diseases, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, diabetes, and mental health conditions, have access to innovative, quality and affordable preventions, treatments and care.

We’re building a multistakeholder coalition to overcome the full spectrum of barriers to NCD prevention and care in low and lower-middle income countries.

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Scaling up Breast Cancer Care

Scaling solutions for equitable access to oncology care and services for women in Africa and Latin America.

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Scaling up Breast Cancer Care

Novartis Oncology Access Programs

Ensuring treatment for patients with rare cancers in low-and middle-income countries.

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Novartis Oncology Access Programs

My Child Matters

Strengthening the capacity to treat pediatric cancers worldwide.

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My Child Matters

Updates

NEWS & EVENTS
November 13, 2017
WORLD HEALTH SUMMIT: Tackling Barriers to Cancer Treatment and Care
On Sunday, Oct. 15 in Berlin, Access Accelerated joined forces with Roche, Charité and the M8 Alliance to host a panel at the World Health Summit titled, “Tackling Bar...
November 13, 2017
Access Accelerated: 2017 UNGA Side Event Recap
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IMPACT OF NCDS

Our Members

Our partners’ leaders are committed to helping raise awareness, allocate resources and support Access Accelerated in making a difference.

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Our Collaboration

Leaders from a few of our sponsoring organizations sat down with The Economist Intelligence Unit to discuss the challenges and opportunities around NCD care.

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Our Values

To support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal to reduce deaths from NCDs by one-third by 2030.

How do we get there?

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Our pilot programs will test and rapidly scale to improve the treatment of NCDs and strengthen health systems in low and lower-middle income countries. This will allow faster access to medicines and vaccines and accelerate the diffusion of innovative technologies. The World Bank will inform our efforts and help us to join with governments, civil society and health delivery organizations to address financing, regulatory and service delivery barriers to improve NCD prevention/risk reduction diagnosis, treatment and care.

Targeted Pilots
Collaboration
Critical Listening
Partnerships
Transparency And Measurement

We will work with independent experts at Boston University, the World Bank and UICC to evaluate and share what works and what real-world impact our efforts are having on NCDs. We will commit to ongoing reporting to ensure our collective—and individual—impact is in service of broader goals. Regular progress updates will be published on our engagements and the contribution that we are making to the SDG targets with the goal of creating replicable, sustainable solutions.

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