Shedding Some Light on Skin Cancer in Tanzania
According to the World Health Organisation between 2 and 3 million non-melanoma skin cancers and 132,000 melanoma skin cancers occur globally each year. WHO estimates that there are 50,000 cancer cases in Tanzania each year and 2.8% of those cases are for skin cancer.
Citizen, 5 February 2018
Only 13,000 of the people diagnosed with cancer each year in Tanzania report to hospital for treatment, data revealed by the government on World Cancer Day shows. Read more »
Citizen, 19 December 2017
I admit that awareness on cancer still needs to be spread evenly in our societies especially when it comes to how people can avoid cancer risks mainly related to lifestyle habits. Read more »