Larry G. P. Hadley

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Over the past decade, assessments of surgical capacity in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have contributed to our understanding of barriers to the delivery of surgical services in a number of countries. It is yet unclear, however, how the findings of these assessments have been applied and built upon within the published literature. A systematic(More)
The care of children with malignant solid tumors in sub-Saharan Africa is compromised by resource deficiencies that range from inadequate healthcare budgets and a paucity of appropriately trained personnel, to scarce laboratory facilities and inconsistent drug supplies. Patients face difficulties accessing healthcare, affording investigational and treatment(More)
Wilms tumour is a relatively common and curable paediatric tumour. Known challenges to cure in low income countries are late presentation with advanced disease, malnutrition, failure to complete treatment and limited facilities. In this article, management recommendations are given for a low income setting where only the minimal requirements for treatment(More)
AIMS AIDS-associated myoid tumours (AIDS-MTs), often Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-associated (EBV-positive MTs), include smooth muscle tumors (SMTs) and the relatively recently recognized myopericytomas (MPCTs). The myoid immunophenotype of AIDS-MTs has been documented inconsistently. The aim of this study was to reappraise the phenotypic and immunophenotypic(More)
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