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The political and social determinants for breast cancer patients in the Gaza Strip

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Published: 18.09.18
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Dr Ghassan Abu Sitta - American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

Dr Ghassan Abu Sitta speaks to ecancer at the R4HC meeting at King's College London about the determinants of breast cancer in areas of conflict, particularly the Gaza Strip.

Dr Abu Sitta discusses the different methods being used in these conflict areas to collect data and to understand the generation of data.

He also discusses the collaborations made possible through R4HC such as many universities in the region and also organisations that cover global health.

Dr Abu Sitta also wants to better understand how conflict impedes the pathway of treatment from the diagnosis stage to treatment and palliative care.


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