As part of World Cancer Day, Richard Marlink gets right to the point for Rutgers’ 60-second challenge, convincing viewers that they should care about cancer in the developing world—where cancer mortality rates are staggering.
In a lecture organized by Rutgers Global Health Institute, guest speaker Yehoda Martei discussed breast cancer care and outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly Botswana.
Rutgers welcomes senior government officials from Botswana to New Brunswick this month. They will participate in a leadership program as the next step in a unique partnership between Botswana and Rutgers that was launched in February 2019.
In an op-ed for the Star-Ledger, Richard Marlink discusses the need to address cancer care and prevention disparities in sub-Saharan Africa, where aging HIV-positive populations face an increased risk of certain cancers.
Rutgers Global Health Institute’s Botswana team was selected to receive up to $25,000 in grant funding for its “Improving Timely Access to Care for Women with Advanced Stage Breast Cancer in Botswana” research study.