Can Developed Nations Make A Fortune By Licensing New Technologies To The World’s Poor?

By Richard Mammone, Jeffery Robinson, Marcus Crews, Marc Friedman, and Atif J. Khan

Richard Mammone

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Jeffery Robinson

Rutgers Business School

Marcus Crews

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Marc Friedman

Dentons US LLP

Atif J. Khan

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School–(RWJMS-UMDNJ), Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ)

The World Health Organization (WHO) [1] lists breast cancer as the major cancer in women in both the developed and the developing world. They recommend early detection as the best strategy to improve breast cancer outcome and survival rates. Mammography is recommended for countries with good health infrastructure [2, 3] that can afford a long-term program such as that generally found in developed countries.

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