Thursday, February 4, 2016


Let's pay attention 

Over 200,000 children develop cancer worldwide each year. 80% of those children live in low or middle income countries where survival rates can be as low as 5%, compared to 80% in high income countries.
Poor diagnosis, along with too few specially trained healthcare professionals and the mistaken belief that childhood cancer is too difficult to cure, combine to create very low survival rates.
In fact childhood cancer can be curable even in resource-poor countries. It’s possible to save the lives of 50–60% of children with easily treatable malignancies with relatively simple and inexpensive drugs and procedures that have been known to doctors for decades.

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