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Guam Non-communicable Disease Strategic Plan

Department of Public Health and Social Services; Non-communicable disease consortium Government of Guam Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Guam 1 May 2011 Policy document non communicable disease, prevention

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Key principles that have guided the development of this plan have been broad multidisciplinary
participation and multi-sectoral working. The plan is the result of extensive consultation. It is evidence based, and has prioritized the actions that have the greatest potential for success.
The plan provides a road map for Guam, with practical achievable and cost effective strategies which will ensure that interventions will achieve a reduction in NCD risk factor prevalence and NCD mortality and morbidity.

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