Health and Healthcare

Non-communicable diseases are a global killer. Here's how to get help to those who need it

'Many chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases including asthma and some cancers, are manageable with pharmaceuticals.' Image: UNSPLASH/National Cancer Institute

Andreas Seiter

Senior Health Specialist, World Bank

Prashant Yadav

Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development

Austen Davis

Health Specialist, Global Health section of the Norwegian Development Cooperation Agency (Norad)

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Non-communicable diseases include cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases. Image: Indus Health

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