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Promoting early detection of breast cancer in low and middle income countries

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Published: 22.10.14
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Prof Felicia Knaul - Director of Harvard Global Equity Initiative, Cambridge, USA

Prof Knaul talks to ecancertv about the steps which can be taken to improve access to breast cancer screening and treatment in low and middle income countries. In particular, she emphasises the importance of early detection and highlights the fact that breast cancer is a disease which affects young and old, rich and poor alike and is the biggest killer of women.

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