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CDC Global Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs)

Photo collage of noncommunicable disease activities, including a child sitting on the dirt streets of a shanty town, an elderly woman smoking, someone getting their blood pressue tested, and a woman using a cookstove inside her house.

Today, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), are responsible for more than 75% of deaths worldwide. Along with our global partners, we are working to reduce the effects of NCDs like cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and injury.

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What we do, why it's important, where we work, our organization…

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Our partners in global noncommunicable disease work…

Organization

Leadership of CDC Global Noncommunicable Diseases…

Chronic Disease & Risk Factor Activities

Global Cancer, Hypertension, Tobacco Control…

Global Injury Prevention

Road traffic injury prevention, prevention of violence against children…

Global Environmental Health

Indoor air pollution, cookstoves, and environmental risks…

NCD Surveillance Assessment Tool

Assessment tool for examining country NCD surveillance systems…

Capacity Building

Supporting capacity building in low and middle-income countries…

 
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