Breast cancer rising in the developing world

11/4/2009 | Google

Breast cancer cases are on the rise across the developing world, where nearly two-thirds of women are not diagnosed before the cancer spreads through their bodies. Stigma, fear and poor diagnosis are contributing to the rise. International cancer specialists are meeting this week to prepare a two-pronged strategy to combat the rise by training midwives and negotiating cheaper prices for chemotherapy treatment.

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