I attended this year's European Society for Medical Oncology Congress in Barcelona. Over 27000 delegates from all over the world attended with 15 Kenyan Oncologists being part of them.
It was great to network and reconnect with colleagues.
Left to Right : Dr Osee Sebatunzi – Deputy HOD Internal Medicine – University of Rwanda, Prof Ed Zijlstra – Director Rotterdam Centre for Tropical & Infectious Diseases, Me (August 2019)
Spent 2 weeks in Rwanda as one of the External Examiner’s for graduating class of medical students. I met with the dean and other co-examiners.
Left to right Me, Prof Mekdes – St Paul’s Medical College Ethiopia, Deputy Dean & HOD Anaesthesia & Critical Care, Dr. Mariam- St Paul’s &Medical College Ethiopia, Prof Stephen Rulisa – Dean School of Medicine University of Rwanda Me (August 2019)
Attending the World Congress on Gastro-Intestinal Cancer 2019 in Barcelona Spain. Lots to learn here on latest treatment for GI cancers that are becoming very common in Kenya
Attended 15 th ICML meeting in Lugano Switzerland. Learnt all the latest treatments for lymphoma. I will definitely be back here in 2021 to learn so more.
In march 2019, I was nominated to join the ACC and an expert panel member to help with writing harmonized National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for Africa. NCCN guidelines are the most widely used cancer management guidelines worldwide. Adapting these guidelines for sub-Saharan Africa is key to cater for differences in medical capabilities across Africa. I am glad to be part of the African Cancer Coalition.