Why Sectors Must Join Forces to Tame Cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa
Due to the limited availability of screening, laboratories, pathologists, and oncologists, cancers diagnosed in Africa have a much higher mortality rate than in other parts of the world. Each year, about 750,000 people in Sub-Saharan Africa develop cancer, AND the number of new cases is predicted to swell to over a million A year in the next five years.
Traitement contre le cancer
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