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Ifeanyi Nsofor Oct 16
Great news Kenya has introduced HPV Vaccine to routine vaccination schedule. Too many women die from cervical cancer. In this opinion piece via , I explain how to stop these deaths.
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Harrison Andeko Nov 13
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Betty kandagor Oct 16
Kenya can do this! No women should die from cervical cancer. Let's vaccinate our girls
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Anne-Marie Schryer Oct 15
“This moment is emotional. When we get our girls vaccinated, we are closing the tap, instead of mopping the floor....we know the vaccine is safe and efficient, and the time to act is now, let’s not sit and wait,” says
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Ministry of Health Oct 15
CS Sicily Kariuki; In Kenya, cancer is the 3rd leading cause of death after infectious and cardiovascular diseases. In 2018 alone, 49,000 new cancer cases were diagnosed and 33,000 deaths documented.
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Anne-Marie Schryer Oct 15
"Australia will be the first country to eliminate cervical cancer—Kenya can do this, Africa can do this. No women should die from cervical cancer, it’s 100% preventable," says Phionah Atuhebwe
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Anne-Marie Schryer Oct 15
The protects young girls against cervical cancer, the leading cause of cancer death among women in Kenya.💉👧🏾 The vaccine is being launched on Friday Oct 18th, in Mombasa County, free for all 10-year-old girls
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Bree Mo'ngina! Oct 17
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Betty kandagor Oct 24
Baringo County launched the HPV vaccination program
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VERONICA 🥂 Sep 16
We have an adolescent clinic in Mulago every Friday from 8:00am to 12:30pm Encourage your sisters/friends who are below 10years or those that are virgins to come get the HPV vaccine
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Benda N. Kithaka Nov 13
Today. I'll be in a panel speaking on Securing a Healthy Future: Protecting our Women & Girls from Cervical Cancer By & , .
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CIRU NJOROGE Oct 15
Replying to @cirunjoroge_
4. HPV Vaccine is given in 2 doses, 2 months apart. The launch of the HPV Vaccine is an important milestone in Kenya for .
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Benda N. Kithaka Nov 5
Replying to @bendak2
What if we focus more on - more investment in keeping populations healthy - doctor to patient ratio - preventive health coupled with curative health - health promotion and preservation. ?
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Benda N. Kithaka Nov 9
A Story of Esther (oldest cervical cancer Survivor in Kenya). Treated at late stage cos society had given up on her Read & be inspired to take your 10yr old girls for to
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Benda N. Kithaka Nov 13
Replying to @bendak2
3. Social Mobilisation budgets for girls can also speak into screening for our women. 4. Gains from vaccine will be felt in 15 yrs. In that period we can have saved some women. Am a strong advocate for . Let's integrate &
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Shiku Kamoni Oct 16
Cervical cancer is killing atleast 2500 women annually in Kenya. This is preventable through screening tests and getting the HPV vaccine
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Essie Oct 18
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JANE WAMAE Oct 17
Replying to @DrTedros
This is a step in the right direction. The is Cervical Cancer Prevention, safe and effective, will be given to 10 year old girls in Kenya for free in 2 doses, 6 months apart.
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Ministry of Health Oct 1
“The HPV vaccine will be given in two doses six months apart to 10 years old girls . The vaccine will be introduced into the routine immunization schedule after the launch this month,” Dr Tabu
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JP Malenya Jan 30
Together we did it!!! The 1st National Cervical Cancer Awareness week in Kenya
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