Soothe Cancer Agony Worldwide by Easing Morphine Controlsby
Based on an estimate of the morphine it would need in 2009, Burkina Faso ordered 153 grams (0.34 pound) of the drug, enough to treat the pain of eight terminal cancer patients. That year in Burkina Faso, 23,000 people died of cancer.
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