Chelsey R. Canavan is a research and communications specialist with Management Sciences for Health. Prior to joining MSH, she was an Allan Rosenfield global health fellow at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She has a master's in public health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Eighty percent of cancer-related deaths occur in developing countries — and this burden is expected to become even heavier. Jonathan Jay and Chelsey Canavan from Management Sciences for Health argue that the answer to closing the cancer divide lies in what will be the front lines of the global cancer response: emerging world cities.
Without proper care, gestational diabetes can cause serious complications during pregnancy and childbirth, endangering the life of a woman and her baby. On World Diabetes Day, two Management Sciences for Health experts share lessons learned from the story of Eden, a woman they helped survive the disease and now has healthy baby girl.