Balfe said that the trip was an “eye-opener” for her.
“Awareness of cancer in Africa is so low that many children die without even being diagnosed. This is heart-breaking when you realize a course of treatment to cure a child can cost as little as £500. I’m really honored to have been invited to Ghana, to meet so many inspirational children and to see World Child Cancer’s work at first hand.”
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