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Breast cancer is the most common and deadliest form of cancer among Malaysian women, yet breast cancer literature in Malay languages did not exist--largely because of cultural mores about women's bodies, and a lack of education and diagnostic tools.
Cornell professor and longtime breast cancer survivor Rosemary Caffarella describes her seven-year effort to develop a breast cancer education program in Malaysia. Caffarella is a professor of adult and extension education at Cornell.