Data from the UN and World Health Organisation seems to point to South Africa. Despite this, not a singe African country features in the top ten countries with the highest rates of Cancer in the world. This leads to my question on the economic gap between blacks and whites in South Africa.
Race may not be significant here but it is obvious that blacks have limited access to diagnostic facilities due to expensive health facilities or illiteracy and lack of cancer awareness. Since more white people seem to have cancer as compared to black people, is this connected to race and economic inequality?