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Some of Africa’s poorest countries are doing far better than their richer neighbours in tackling debilitating diseases, according to a new analysis. Nations including Malawi, Togo and Sierra Leone have made strong progress in tackling five neglected tropical diseases that affect 600m people across Africa. Other far wealthier ones including South Africa, Angola, Gabon and Botswana have done much less.
World Cancer Day highlighted the world’s second leading cause of death, killing almost 10m people in 2017 — a rise of 25 per cent over a decade. Given that some 97 per cent of cancer drugs fail, there is perhaps no surprise that snake-oil cures are still with us. Cancer patients in poorer countries suffer the most: many do not get the pain relief they need because of opioid addiction fears.