Journal article

Differences in cancer awareness and beliefs between Australia, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the UK (the International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership): do they contribute to differences in cancer survival?

LJL Forbes, AE Simon, F Warburton, D Boniface, KE Brain, A Dessaix, C Donnelly, K Haynes, L Hvidberg, M Lagerlund, G Lockwood, C Tishelman, P Vedsted, MN Vigmostad, AJ Ramirez, J Wardle

British Journal of Cancer | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2013

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Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Anna Carluccio, Colin Gardiner, Julia Pye, Laura Thomas and Chris Marshall of IPSOS Mori for coordinating the fieldwork. We also thank Kate Aldersey, Martine Bomb, Catherine Foot, Donia Sadik and Emily Fulleylove of Cancer Research UK for managing the programme and monitoring the media. ICBP Programme Board: Ole Andersen, Soren Brostrom, Heather Bryant, David Currow, Anna Gavin, Gunilla Gunnarsson, Jane Hanson, Todd Harper, Stein Kaasa, Nicola Quin, Linda Rabeneck, Michael A Richards, Michael Sherar, Bob Thomas. Academic Reference Group: Neil Aaronson, David Cella, Henrik Moller, Keith Petrie, Liesbeth Van Osch. Funding: Australia: Cancer Council Victoria, Department of Health Victoria, Cancer Institute New South Wales; Canada: Canadian Partnership against Cancer; Denmark: Danish Cancer Society and Novo Nordic Foundation; Norway: Norwegian Directorate for Health and Social Affairs; Sweden: Swedish Social Ministry and the Association of Local Authorities and Regions; United Kingdom: Department of Health/National Cancer Action Team, Northern Ireland Public Health Agency, Tenovus and Welsh Government. The funders were not involved in study design, collection, analysis and interpretation of the data, writing of the article or the decision to submit it for publication. Where the author was employed by the funding organisation, the governing body of the organisation had no influence on any of these.