In the developing world, one-third of cancers are potentially preventable and another third are treatable if detected early1. However, in many developing countries, governments and institutions face a wide range of serious health problems and cancer is often not a priority in limited-resource settings. Currently, a cancer diagnosis in the developing world means a painful and distressing death in most cases. Although there is increasing awareness of the magnitude of the growing cancer problem in the developing world, the challenges posed are substantial

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