Rethinking Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment in Uganda
Despite the introduction of free screening to fight cancer the biggest challenge the country faces is how to encourage those affected, to seek treatment, writes Flavia Nassaka for The Independent.
Monitor, 23 February 2017
The proposal to buy a helicopter for the Parliamentary Commission is now the focus of sections of the civil society. Read more »
Independent (Kampala), 22 February 2017
WHO releases new guidelines; but how will Uganda drive more patients to the hospital? Read more »
A physicist administers radiotherapy treatment to a cancer patient at Mulago hospital using the old Cobalt 60 machine bought 21 years ago.
Monitor, 21 February 2017
If you are one of those who doubt that cancer can be cured, this just might point you in the right direction. Henry Kibule, 14, is one of the children who walked home cancer free… Read more »
Monitor, 15 February 2017
One of my childhood friends from preparatory school through high school is now a senior pathologist at the national referral hospital, regularly offers free specialist services to… Read more »
Monitor, 6 February 2017
Erinah Byabakama, a poultry farmer in Namasuba noticed her once firm and round breasts had become harder inside, a sign she brushed aside, hoping it would disappear with time. But… Read more »
Monitor, 25 January 2017
The Cancer Ward at St Francis Hospital in Nsambya, has received medical equipment worth Shs1.4b ($400,000), used in the treatment of cancer patients, from the Rotary club of Ssese… Read more »