Endemic Burkitt's lymphoma is the most common childhood cancer in equatorial Africa, where it is about ten times more common than in Europe. It also is the most prevalent pediatric malignancy among children in Western Kenya. Although it is highly responsive to chemotherapy, the number of its mortality cases associated with it is still high and the underlying reasons for this high mortality rates is still unknown.
Lamek Onyango, Dr. AmoloAsito (2017); PREDICTORS OF TREATMENT OUTCOMES IN ENDEMIC BURKITT’S LYMPHOMA PATIENTS AT JARAMOGI OGINGA ODINGA TEACHING AND REFERRAL HOSPITAL, KISUMU COUNTY, KENYA;
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