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CHILDHOOD CANCER KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS IN EGYPT ; AN OBSERVATIONAL, CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY

  • At: 2019 FIP Congress in AbuDhabi (United Arab Emirates)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: FARRAG, Nada (New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, Egypt)
  • Co-author(s): Nada Hazem Farrag: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Mai Rashad: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Salma Mosleh: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Aliaa Elsherbiny: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Rana Nasr: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Mayar Antar: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Ashrakat Yousry: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
    Farah Mohamed: Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, New Giza University, School of Pharmacy, Egypt
  • Abstract:

    Background

    According to the WHO, The annual incidence & death from childhood cancer is 160,000 & 90,000 respectively. It is listed as the 4th common cause of death. Only 5-15% of childhood cancers were related to known enviromental & exgenous factors; the rest remains poorly understood. Most cancers can be diagnosed early, yet cancer in children..

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Last update 21 September 2019

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