When people think of cancer, they usually think of rich people in rich nations. Actually, the reality is that 70% of all cancer cases worldwide occur in low and middle-income nations, posing an enormous public health and economic burden. Now of course, this is also where a majority of the world%u0027s population lives, but the reality is still that millions of cases of cancer occur in healthcare systems least prepared to treat them (and some would argue find them) and in communities and families least able to cope with the health and financial consequences.
A misunderstanding that not only affects local but also global prioritization and funding for these conditions in development budgets, philanthropic responses, aid and national health expenditures.
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