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Sierra Leone's Breast Cancer Taboo Stalls Diagnoses

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Even if women do get diagnosed in time, getting treatment is costly and can mean heading to Ghana. On World Cancer Day, Anna Limontas-Salisbury delves into the major challenges in lowering breast cancer rates in this West African country.

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