This article is not about how many people died from each disease; rather, it’s about the positive impact that could be made if we enacted the same approach to the two greatest killers, cancer and CV disease, as we’ve done with Covid-19.
Drawing on data from Ipsos’ Global Oncology Monitor and other sources, Jackie Ilacqua considers how we could, and should, take learnings from the Covid-19 pandemic and apply them to other preventable, or at least treatable, diseases.
World AIDS day 2021: “We’re fine with taking medicine… we just want everyone else to be cool with it.”
It's now four decades after the HIV/AIDS epidemic was first recognised medical science has brought an incredibly long way in the fight against this disease . Yet progress around the world has been very uneven, and in parts of Southern Africa, around 20% of the population is HIV positive.