Bruce L. Black

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Despite substantial contributions on the part of public, non-profit, and private sector organizations, the burden of cancer in the United States remains high. As public health organizations, particularly county, state, tribal, and territorial health departments, try to reduce the significant burden of cancer, they face additional issues that make it(More)
Three common barriers to the effective use of data to inform decisions and motivate action for the planning of cancer control are (1) failure to recognize the availability of high-quality data, (2) not presenting the data in a compelling format, and (3) failing to place the data in a historical and action context. Overcoming these barriers will go a long(More)
This article discusses evaluation of comprehensive cancer control efforts as developed in the United States by involved partners at all levels – community, regional, state, tribal, territorial, and national. Evaluation of comprehensive cancer control can concern the evaluation of a program, a plan or activities from a plan. In its development, it is(More)
The Editors and publisher gratefully acknowledge the excellent work performed by our reviewers. The quality of a journal is definitely depending on the review process. The work laid down by our reviewers is essential for the increasing interest of our journal within ORL-HNS in Europe and outside. We are sure that we have a common interest to make European(More)
an even better journal and a leading one in ORL-HNS in Europe. At the same time we take the opportunity to wish you all a prosperous new year 2014. Jan Olofsson Olivier Sterkers Jochen A. Werner The Editors and publisher gratefully acknowledge the excellent work performed by our reviewers. The quality of a journal is definitely depending on the review(More)
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