Inequity in rural cancer survival in Australia is not an insurmountable problem: it is a test of our health systems
Australia has lower cancer mortality rates than comparable nations like the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand. However, there is increasing evidence that this success may be bypassing the 2.8 million Australians who live in rural and remote Australia.1-3
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