'Why I travelled to India for cancer treatment'
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Cancer in Africa: Why many Africans head to India for care

A large number of cancer patients from Africa are travelling to India every year in search of treatment.

Medical tourism from Africa is thought to be worth around $1bn a year.

In this BBC Life Clinic film, Esther Wafor explains why she travelled from her home country of Cameroon and why she chose India for her treatment.

  • 25 Nov 2019
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