The Australian Cancer Network ?A strategy to improve cancer health outcomes
Australian Health Review
19(2) 113 - 124
Cancer control in Australia has become a major social priority because of theincreasing impact of cancer on providers and users of health care. In recognition ofthis situation there is now an increased response by government agencies, non-governmentorganisations, health planners and the community at large to focus oncancer as part of a National Health Goals and Targets Strategy for better healthoutcomes in the next century. The following paper explores how the AustralianCancer Network effectively contributes to a national cancer control strategy.
Full text doi:10.1071/AH960113
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