NZ Cancer Control Agency’s medicines report deeply disappointing

The Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition (BCAC) says it is deeply disappointed by a report on cancer medicines released by New Zealand’s Cancer Control Agency, the Te Aho o Te Kahu.

“We’re stunned to see that Te Aho o Te Kahu has identified only one breast cancer drug as needed but not funded in New Zealand. This is completely out of step with Australia and other countries and disregard international guidelines on breast cancer treatment.…

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