We are fighting for a world that is free from preventable cancer, and where people affected by cancer have equitable access to treatment and care.
Law can help protect people’s right to health; shaping their behaviour and the environments around them.
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We work to advance law across cancer and noncommunicable disease prevention, treatment and care.
We train government lawyers and policymakers to use law to prevent cancer and other noncommunicable diseases.
The McCabe Centre was launched in 2012 as the only centre of its kind in the world and continues to make a global impact today, shaping laws that prevent cancer and protect people affected by it. To mark our tenth anniversary, we have released a report which chronicles the McCabe Centre’s impact and showcases the people who support our mission.
Read our 10-year Impact Report
We’re a knowledge hub for the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Rolah McCabe was an Australian woman with smoking-related lung cancer who brought a lawsuit against British American Tobacco Australia.
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