Act now for children with cancer

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Childhood cancer accounted for 15% of cancer admissions at KNH (1998-2008)

1 in 10 children survive cancer in Kenya (7 in 10 in developed countries)

  • Challenges in childhood cancer care: poor access to care for patients in remote/rural areas; limited specialist treatment centers; prohibitive cost of anti-cancer drugs; low levels of awareness in clinicians and public;
  • Possible signs of childhood cancer: lumps/swellings; unexplained weakness or paleness; easy bruising/nose or gum bleeding; persistent unexplained fever/illness; constant pain; frequent headaches, often with vomiting; sudden eye or vision changes; sudden unexplained weight loss; limping/inability to walk properly.

Let us act now to create awareness on childhood cancer, the earlier you know about it the higher the possibility of curing the cancer.

2 Responses to Act now for children with cancer

  1. Joshua Kioko says:

    We, have cure for all types of Cancer. We have been successfully been treating cancer patients including children.

  2. Joshua Kioko says:

    We, have cure for all types of Cancer. We have successfully been treating cancer patients including children. We believe people suffer because they lack information and the right information for that matter.

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