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Unravelling HPV Vaccine Myths

Unravelling HPV Vaccine Myths

THE launch of the life-saving human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine last week attracted some concerns on the social media which need to be addressed for the programme to roll out successfully. First of all, I would…
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Strengthening U.S. Investments in Women’s Global Health

Strengthening U.S. Investments in Women’s Global Health

U.S. policymakers and private-sector partners increasingly appreciate the importance of targeted U.S investments in women’s health to achieve global health outcomes, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. With budgetary constraints worsening, progress in women’s health will require…
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Research Scholar Katundu Katundu Receives Novartis Next Generation Scientist Internship

Research Scholar Katundu Katundu Receives Novartis Next Generation Scientist Internship

Last Tuesday, African Centre of Excellence for Women’s Cancer Control Research Scholar Katundu Katundu was awarded the Novartis Next Generation Scientist Internship. The Novartis Next Generation Scientist Program is intended to support talented and motivated…
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First Lady Spotlight: Dr. Christine Mwelwa Kaseba and the 6th Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa Conference

First Lady Spotlight: Dr. Christine Mwelwa Kaseba and the 6th Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa Conference

Dr. Christine Mwelwa Kaseba­, the First Lady of Zambia and an OB-GYN, continues to champion women’s heath issues in her country and throughout Africa, making strides in achieving available and affordable cancer screening, prevention and…
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Cervical Cancer Vaccine Coming

Cervical Cancer Vaccine Coming

The government is soon expected to bring a vaccine for cervical cancer into the country and will be administered to women free of charge. And Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) has said about…
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President George W. Bush and the First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba Designate the African Center of Excellence for Women’s Cancer Control

President George W. Bush and the First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba Designate the African Center of Excellence for Women’s Cancer Control

During a visit to the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka today, President George W. Bush, Mrs. Laura Bush, First Lady of Zambia Dr. Christine Kaseba, Zambian Minister of Health Dr. J Kasonde and United States…
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