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#CervicalCancer   could be the first cancer EVER to be eliminated, if by 2030: 90% of girls are vaccinated 70% of women are screened 90% of women with cervical disease receive treatment Let's commit to stop cervical cancer everywhere! #InternationalWomensDay 

On #InternationalWomensDay  , let’s speak-up for gender equality & women’s rights! When women & girls are able to stay in school longer, plan or prevent pregnancies & access health care without discrimination, they can improve their economic opportunities & transform their futures.

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🎊 Happy International Women's Day! 🎊 Your courage and resilience inspire us every day. 💙 #WomensDay  #IWD2021 

On #InternationalWomensDay  , WHO is introducing a new global #breastcancer  initiative to reduce global breast cancer mortality by 2.5% per year until 2040, thereby averting an estimated 2.5 million deaths 👇

Prof. Iggy Pop Delivers the BBC’s 2014 John Peel Lecture on "Free Music in a Capitalist Society"

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“Singapore needs to substantially strengthen its 2030 Paris Agreement target, which could form the basis for a more ambitious long-term target.” #ActOnClimate  #GoRenewables 

This #IWD2021  we celebrate the tremendous efforts by women and girls in shaping a more equal world. Women living with and affected by HIV have played a leading role in the AIDS response, from defending human rights to demanding treatment for all. We salute you!

"The gap in life expectancy between rich and poor has since continued, with the UK currently the fifth most unequal nation in the world (behind Costa Rica, Chile, Mexico, Bulgaria and the US)."

#BreastCancer  is the most commonly-diagnosed #cancer  globally 🌎🌍🌏. In 2020, an estimated 2.3 million women were diagnosed with the disease. 👉 #InternationalWomensDay 

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'The idea of relocating Whitehall departments to the regions has a long but rather mundane history in the UK. 'Already, more than 80% of civil servants are based outside London.

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