A United Nations-led global initiative to tackle breast cancer could save 2.5 million lives by 2040, the World Health Organization said on Friday. WHO’s Dr. Bente Mikkelsen told journalists in Geneva that “breast cancer survival is 50 percent or less in many low and middle-income countries” as women struggle to get a quick diagnosis.
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