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Cancer Control Agency report labelled ‘whitewash’

OPINION: The size of our cancer medicine shortfall has been mis-represented.

Bold, courageous voices are hard to find in our health sector.

This week, the Cancer Control Agency Te Aho o Te Kahu had an opportunity to be that bold voice, and advocate for New Zealanders who have been diagnosed with cancer but can’t access modern treatments in this country.

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