Ester* (44), holds up x-rays in her room in a mass shelter in the Nyarugusu refugee camp in Tanzania on March 27, 2016. Ester suffered from breast cancer and had a mastectomy several years ago, and is still being treated by chemotherapy. Doctors here told her she needs to eat well and avoid sick people, but she shares this room with another lady (and her children) who is suffering from typhoid and malaria, and she doesn't receive any extra food, nor any fruit or vegetables.
*Name has been changed to protect their identity.

NYARUGUSU, TANZANIA | The conditions in overcrowded refugee camps pose real risks to women undergoing breast cancer treatment. As part of our series "The Shifting Burden," we meet a Burundian woman in Tanzania who is fighting the disease in the hope of one day seeing her children again.

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