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IAEA and the global access to cancer care foundation to advance oncology training

There is an estimated shortage of 50,000 cancer care professionals in the developing world and the IAEA is joining forces with the Global Access to Cancer Care Foundation (GACCF) to help authorities in low and middle income countries train professionals in cancer care over the next years.

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