Closing the Cancer Gap Abroad
As a global oncologist, Dr. Gilberto Lopes has seen the disparities in cancer care between developing and developed countries. While low-income countries account for more than half of the world’s cancer cases, they receive less than 10% of global spending on cancer care, says Lopes, a native of Brazil. “That translates to a much larger mortality ratio,” he says.
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