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.
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 School of Nursing explores collaboration to advance oncology nursing and build care capacity through education in Botswana.
Investigators at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey found that black pediatric patients with Hodgkin lymphoma have significantly worse overall survival rates after five years than white patients.
A step toward improving breast cancer prevention and control in Tobago, this project, led by School of Public Health assistant professor Adana Llanos and colleague Wayne Warner, involves the collection and analysis of detailed breast cancer surveillance and epidemiologic data.