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JOGH Volume 4 Issue 1

Redefining global health priorities: Improving cancer care in developing settings
Asad Moten, Daniel Schafer, Mauro Ferrari
JOGH 2014; 4: 010304 (5 pages)
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The authors are issuing a correction for the unintended oversight in attribution to this work [1]. To that end, the authors, with apologies, remove Paul Farmer and Jim Kim from the authorship byline and instead acknowledge that the paper was conceptualized in Health, Culture and Community: Case Studies in Global Health at Harvard University with the contribution and mentorship of Paul Farmer and Jim Kim. In their correction, the authors also include a citation from the Lancet [2] to their references and attribute photo credit to American Red Cross. The publisher has since corrected the online version of the article.

See the original article: Moten et al, 2014.

1 Moten A, Schafer D, Ferrari M. Redefining global health priorities: Improving cancer care in developing settings. J Glob Health. 2014;1:010304. Medline: 24976959 doi:10.7189/jogh.04.010304
2 Farmer P, Frenk J, Knaul FM, Shulman LN, Alleyne G, Armstrong L, et al.
Expansion of cancer care and control in countries of low and middle income: a call to action. Lancet. 2010;376:1186-93. Medline:20709386 doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(10)61152-X

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