Kenya Pushes Free Cancer Vaccine Rollout to 2019
The head of the National Vaccines and Immunisation Programme has confirmed that the change of the programme was due to high demand from countries across the globe for the Human Papillomavirus vaccine, and the need for the manufacturer to accommodate more requests from interested countries.
Nation, 17 February 2018
A national rollout of free cervical cancer vaccine that was to kick off this year has been pushed to 2019, the Sunday Nation has learnt. Read more »
Pupils promote awareness on cancer during the International Childhood Cancer Day on February 15, 2018.
The Conversation Africa, 13 November 2017
Cancer is the third most common cause of death in Kenya, after infectious diseases and heart conditions and accounts for 7% of all deaths in the country. Due to the lack of a… Read more »
Capital FM, 19 October 2017
According to Ministry of Health, between seven to eight women die every day as a result of cervical cancer and it's the third leading cause of deaths in the country after… Read more »