Africa Must Reboot Its Health Systems to Cope With NCDs
Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are a major threat in Africa. It is estimated that there will be about 3.9 million deaths from these diseases in Africa by 2020. The burden of these diseases may be known but what is the health system doing about it and what needs to be done to cope with the rise of these NCDs?
The Conversation Africa, 21 May 2017
When it comes to killer diseases in Africa many people think of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, or even Ebola. But the reality is that diseases like cancer,… Read more »
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WHO, 3 October 2017
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General Read more »
Clinic Compare, 26 September 2017
Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes are now the primary cause of premature deaths worldwide, killing over 36 million people each year. A… Read more »
Ethiopia: Eyes On Expanding Cancer Care Centers
Ethiopian Herald, 28 February 2017
She goes by Fikerte Mengesha. She is a mother of one. Unfortunately her son was affected by cancer for over five years now. During those days, she often bothered much about her… Read more »
Finding out you or your loved one has cancer can spark so many emotions: anger, fear and confusion. But let's first clear up some of the myths surrounding the disease and help you ... Read more »