Kenya: Cancer Care Experts Hit Ground Running
By Maureen Waruinge, 5 January 2013
The government and private health authorities have teamed up to jointly train medics on cancer care due to the high number of patients needing services like post cancer care.
Zipporah Ali Executive Director Hospices and Palliative Care Association says, public education campaigns to let Kenyans know where services for non communicable diseases are will also be launched.
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