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Cameroon Cancer Patients Seek Treatment Late, Or Not at All

The number of cancer cases is expected to double in sub-Saharan Africa in the next fifteen years, as the population grows and people live longer. That was among the findings released at a meeting of African and European cancer experts in Cameroon this month. The continent has a higher than average fatality rate for many cancers as people often seek medical treatment late.  Joseph Baba applies freshly pulled bird feathers, along with various concoctions he prepares, to the chest of...

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