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|Journal||International Journal of Public Health|
The aim of this paper was to explore the cancer care experiences of Indigenous people in New South Wales. It used a social inclusion lens to understand how people at the margins of society engage with services proved. The data included information from interviews conducted with 22 Indigenous people with cancer, 18 carers of Indigenous people and 16 health care workers.
The study highlighted three factors which were important influences of social inclusion:
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract
The Patterns of Cancer care for Aboriginal People (APOCC) project is being run by Cancer Council New South Wales (NSW) to investigate the reason for the increasing number of deaths from cancer in Aboriginal people in NSW.
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