Cancer was the cause of death of 10 million people in 2020, accounting for nearly one in six deaths; seventy percent of those deaths occur in resource-constrained countries.
Cancer registries, which track cancer data, are a foundation for cancer control but are chronically under- developed in countries currently indexed at low- or middle-income levels.
The Cancer Registries Program, included under the Bloomberg Data for Health initiative, works with ministries of health and their partners to establish, strengthen and expand population-based cancer registries and use the data for policymaking.
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