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Pink October: Breast cancer, a real public health concern in Togo

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On the occasion of Pink October, an operation intended to raise awareness and support research around breast cancer, we focus on Togo, where breast cancer is a real public health concern. Almost 3,000 Togolese women die each year from this disease, however many could have been saved with early detection. FRANCE 24's Emmanuelle Sodji and Raphael N'Talecom report from Togo.

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