Inequity in Cancer Care: A Global Perspective
Publisher: International Atomic Energy Agency 2011
Number of pages: 51
This publication was developed as part of the IAEA's work on the availability of integrated cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment programmes in order to reduce the cancer burden worldwide. IAEA strategies have particularly focused on the needs of low and middle income countries, and of vulnerable and marginalized populations.
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