their roles in helping LMCs set and carry out their health care agendas, which thus far have lacked a focus on cancer.


Appendix A. Cancer Control in Malaysia and Tanzania Profiles of cancer control in Malaysia (an upper middle-income country) and Tanzania (a low-income country) from papers by cancer professionals in those countries, commissioned by IOM.


Appendix B. Acronyms and Abbreviations.

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