Perci Health: Cancer, costs and the care gap

The escalating impact of cancer in the workplace and what employers are doing about it

We can define the cancer care gap as the distance between supply and demand; between the care required by those living with and beyond cancer, and looking after someone with cancer, and what can be provided by public and private services. This gap is currently extensive and also rapidly expanding, and it has real, costly implications – not just for individuals, but for their employers.

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