Systemic barriers, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, continue to have a significant impact on care access, prevention and treatment. Where someone lives, their job (or lack of), where their local doctor is, their level of health literacy, or even access to public transport, can impact a person’s survival rate, especially when faced with a disease as complex as cancer.


So why does this disparity still exist?


In a recent blog post with our partners at City Cancer Challenge, Access Accelerated Director James Pfitzer explores how public-private partnerships can support ongoing population health needs. Access Accelerated has been working with C/Can to address health financing challenges and provide cities with the data and economic tools they need to access sustainable solutions.


Read the full article on City Cancer Challenge’s website here.