Guide for investigators conducting international cancer research involving developing nations.


International medical collaborations, previously known as ‘‘medical missionary work,’’ have existed for centuries. As aptly described by Panosian and Coates, historical motivations for this type of outreach included the desire to spread ‘‘religion as well as compassionate care.’’ The term ‘‘medical missionary’’ has endured over the years because of this… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cncr.24860


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