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THE NEXT PANDEMIC? NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES CONTENTS 2 About this report 3 Executive summary 5 Introduction 6 Chapter 1: The scale and drivers of the NCD burden in developing countries 11 Chapter 2: Confronting the resource gap 13 Chapter 3: Opportunities, outlook and innovations 15 Conclusion © The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited 2017 1

THE NEXT PANDEMIC? NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ABOUT THIS REPORT The next pandemic? Non-communicable diseases in developing countries is an Economist Intelligence Unit report. It examines the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in low- and lower-middle-income countries, the drivers of this change, and possible solutions for how healthcare systems can bridge the resource gap to deliver appropriate NCD care for patients. The findings of this report are based on data analysis, desk research and five in-depth interviews with senior healthcare experts. Our thanks are due to the following for their time and insight (listed alphabetically): • Cary Adams, CEO, Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) • Katie Dain, executive director, NCD Alliance • Rachel Nugent, vice-president, Chronic Non-communicable Diseases Global Initiative, RTI International • Miriam Schneidman, lead health specialist, Africa region, World Bank • Rekha Viswanathan, programme manager, Global Health Group, University of California, San Francisco The report was written by Katharine Pulvermacher and edited by Martin Koehring of The Economist Intelligence Unit. It was commissioned by the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) on behalf of Access Accelerated, an initiative to address the NCD burden. January 2017 2 © The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited 2017

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