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Cancer care in areas of drug conflict

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Published: 26.11.18
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Dr Enrique Soto - National Institute of Medical Sciences, Mexico City, Mexico

Dr Enrique Soto speaks to ecancer at the CCLMIC meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, UK.

He discusses the very serious issue of how to manage cancer care and drug violence in places such as Mexico.

Dr Soto explains some of the difficulties with sending health workers to villages, or getting patients to hospitals far away from where they live, and even the embezzlement of money.

He outlines ways that we can combat this, and also what he thinks the future holds for this problem.

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