Complex care systems in developing countries: breast cancer patient navigation in Ethiopia.

  title={Complex care systems in developing countries: breast cancer patient navigation in Ethiopia.},
  author={Timothy D. Dye and Solomon Bogale and Claire Hobden and Yared Tilahun and Vanessa Hechter and Teshome Deressa and Marion Biz{\'e} and Anne Reeler},
  volume={116 3},
BACKGROUND As the global visibility and importance of breast cancer increases, especially in developing countries, ensuring that countries strengthen and develop health systems that support prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of a complex chronic disease is a priority. Understanding how breast cancer patients navigate health systems to reach appropriate levels of care is critical in assessing and improving the health system response in countries to an increasing breast cancer burden in their… CONTINUE READING
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