Cancer in the Tropics

  • A. R. P. Walker
  • C. Isaacson
  • A. C. Paterson
Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 8)

Abstract

As an introduction, and to give perspective to the subject, it has been stated that Cancer will “overwhelm” the Third World in the near future … Among cancer patients 90% are incurable by the time the diagnosis is made (Maurice 1991).

Keywords

Obesity Maize Codon Adenocarcinoma Income 

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  • C. Isaacson
  • A. C. Paterson

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