ecancer: Exploring primary care level provider interpretation and management of potential breast and cervical cancer signs and symptoms in South Africa

4 October, 2021

New Research from the University of Cape Town, Makerere University and the University of Cambridge demonstrates the importance of providing context-relevant training and support for primary healthcare providers to improve the management of breast and cervical cancer in Lower and Middle Income Countries. The authors found that improving referral and feedback systems could significantly reduce the time to diagnosis of women with symptomatic breast and cervical cancer.

The article is open access and can be read here

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