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The University of Nairobi’s College of Health Sciences (CHS) has partnered with Merck to start a Medical Oncology Fellowship Program, starting August this year.

Merck, a leading science and technology company said the program will be conducted at UoN and is part of its efforts to improve access to cancer care and strengthen the healthcare system in emerging markets.



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Prof. Nicholas Abinya responds to a question from one of the participants of the UoN/KNH Cancer Symposium.

Doctors have raised a red flag over the rising cases of cancer in Kenya over the last six years.



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LT III
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Prof. Oyoo is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Consultant Rheumatologist. He recently was appointed council member of the University of Eastern Africa,Baraton 



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The Unit of Clinical Pharmacology had a 3 day retreat in December 2015 so as to discuss and harmonise the syllabus for the Pharmacology course.

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About three hundred and fifty candidates today sat their finals essay internal medicine at the chiromo campus exam centre. The exam ran smoothly. It is expected that the exam timetable will run for the next three weeks.  



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CHIROMO EXAM CENTRE
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University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences is set to officially launch the projects it has been working on with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

This was revealed during a visit to the college by a delegation from CDC, followed by a meeting at Embankment Plaza on1st October, 2015.



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The University of Nairobi is committed to quality as
the guiding principle in its decision making and
leadership in the provision of university education
and related services to its customers.
To realise this, the University management shall
regularly monitor and review its performance for
continual improvement and suitability by
implementing an effective QMS based on ISO 9001
standard.
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