The presentation measures the health and economic burden of non-communicable diseases, as well as risk factors for diseases such as diabetes, stroke, cancer, chronic lung disease, and obesity.
Reports-Published dateMonday, July 15, 2019 - 04:00
Strengthening the evidence for advancing tobacco control policy in Mexico, Colombia : project report
This in-depth paper deepens and expands the use of extended cost-effectiveness analyses (ECEA) to provide additional analytic support for local taxation decisions in Colombia.Published date2020
Measuring tobacco-attributable costs and illicit trade effects for optimal tobacco tax scenarios in 8 Latin America countries
This project is funded through the Economics of Tobacco Control Research Initiative. This is an IDRC and Cancer Research UK co-funding partnership launched in October 2017.