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Stories from the Field

INCTR’s project page on Global Giving contains many reports that have been written by INCTR, local staff, and volunteers who have been involved in INCTR’s project on Burkitt lymphoma. Many reports are stories about individual children who have undergone treatment for this cancer.  The stories include insight into the problems encountered not only by the patients, but by their families in getting to a treatment center and the struggles that these families face to ensure that their children get the treatment that they need.  Please read these stories which can be found by clicking on the following link:

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/cure-250-children-with-burkitt-lymphoma-in-africa/reports

You may wish to read past articles written by INCTR staff, consultants, faculty, volunteers and members about their work in the field. To read their stories, please click on the pdf icon.

190 women were screened for cancer at a screening camp organized by NNCTR/INCTR Nepal in the small community of Thimi in Bhaktapur, Nepal in February, 2011


Dr. Robin Love,  who serves as a consultant to INCTR’s PAX program, reports on his team’s  4th site visit to Bhaktapur Cancer Center (BCC) in Nepal from mid October to mid November in 2010


Dr Patrician Scanlan, INCTR Program Coordinator writes about the some of the children seen at the Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.


Dr. Shiraz Malik, a visiting Canadian physicians shares his reflections about the palliative care Program at MNJ Regional Cancer Centre in Hyderabad, India.


Burkitt Lymphoma patient, Hematology Deparment, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex Ile Ife, Nigeria (Photo: Dr. Udo Bode)

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