Māori clear on where cancer care can be overhauled for sake of whānau

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Māori clear on where cancer care can be overhauled for sake of whānau

Virginia
McMillan
lungs

The message from Māoridom gathered force in 2019, and the gavel dropped on the health system: guilty of producing unfair inequalities of outcome for Māori and doing little to remedy them. Virginia McMillan reports

One Māori person dies of lung cancer every day in New Zealand, Lung Foun­dation New Zealand says. And lung cancer registrations and mortality rate