Our monthly continuing medical education for healthcare workers was held last Thursday in Nakuru East Sub-County. As we kick off a new season of community- based cancer screenings, our training served as an opportunity to bring five facilities together to discuss cervical and breast cancers sensitization messaging, to incorporate the most recent research on preventative testing in outreach settings, to update protocols for screening, referral, and treatment, and to formulate strategies for mobilizing people as early as possible. Kenya has continued to develop its response to the increase of reported cancers nationwide and efforts to scale up community-based screenings are one of the ways we catch cancers earlier on. This not only helps improve the effectiveness of treatment but also drastically increases survival rates as well. … Healthcare workers continue to be one of our most dedicated and valued stakeholders in our programs. Thanks to our partner The Nathan Hall Williams Center and everyone supporting our health-centered programs in Kenya!
One of the reasons why we came so far is because so many volunteers took the time and talent to help this organization.
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