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Realizing the Potential of Cancer Prevention — The Role of Implementation Science — NEJM

Realizing the Potential of Cancer Prevention — The Role of Implementation Science — NEJM



Accumulating evidence shows that there are simple methods of reducing the incidence of cancer and cancer-related mortality in people at average and high risk. Further study is needed to better understand how these lifesaving, cost-effective measures can be put to greater use.
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Drs. Emmons and Colditz contributed equally to this article.

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From the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston (K.M.E.); and the Division of Public Health Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis (G.A.C.).
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Last Posted: Mar 09, 2017