Healthcare, Maternal Mortality and Sexual Violence: Breast Cancer in Uganda: ADDARIOBREASTCANCERUGANDA012

Adrine Ashaba and Peace Magoba look at the dead body of their sister, Jolly Komurembe, 38, hours after she died of advanced breast cancer and before being transported to her village for burial in Western Uganda, in Kampala, Uganda, July 21, 2013.  Jolly, who has four children with her husband Robert, found a tumor around two years before while living in the western Uganda district of Rukunghiri. Like so many women in Uganda who don't seek medical care for diagnosis and treatment in the early stages of Cancer, Jolly's cancer was advanced when she finally had a mastectomy in January 2013.  These images depict the final week of her life.

Adrine Ashaba and Peace Magoba look at the dead body of their sister, Jolly Komurembe, 38, hours after she died of advanced breast cancer and before being transported to her village for burial in Western Uganda, in Kampala, Uganda, July 21, 2013. Jolly, who has four children with her husband Robert, found a tumor around two years before while living in the western Uganda district of Rukunghiri. Like so many women in Uganda who don't seek medical care for diagnosis and treatment in the early stages of Cancer, Jolly's cancer was advanced when she finally had a mastectomy in January 2013. These images depict the final week of her life.