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"How I Live"- a film about childhood cancers

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Published: 12.07.19
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Meghan Shea, Irini Albanti, Mike Rogers

At the GHCS meeting in Boston, ecancer spoke with the makers of "How I Live", a film about childhood cancer.

The film follows the lives of five families from low and middle income countries, located across the world, dealing with the burden of a child with cancer.

"How I Live" offers an insight into the current state of medical care in these countries, logistical barriers, and an intimate window onto the lives of these families.

 

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