Welcome to the department of Haematology Oncology. Our department is comprised of multiple sub-specialties with diverse faculty trained both locally and internationally, in the fields of haematology (treatment of blood disorders), oncology (treatment of cancers of solid organs), radiation therapy (treatment of various cancers using therapeutic forms of radiation), palliative care (improvement of the quality of life through symptom management, survivorship, home health services for cancer patients and multi-system holistic care). ​Our faculty, fellows and staff are committed to ensuring top notch patient-centered services and excellence in education.

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Submissions from 2024

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Regulatory approval of clinical trials: is it time to reinvent the wheel?, Mansoor Saleh, Karishma Sharma, Aisleen Shamshudin, Innocent Abayo, Stacey Gondi, and Noureen Karimi

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Prediction of cardiovascular risk factors from retinal fundus photographs: Validation of a deep learning algorithm in a prospective non-interventional study in Kenya, Tom White, Viknesh Selvarajah, Fredrik Wolfhagen, Nils Svangård, Gayathri Mohankumar, Peter Fenici, Kathryn Rough, Nelson Onyango, Mansoor Saleh, and Innocent Abayo

Submissions from 2023

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Breast cancer clinical trials in East Africa, Karishma Sharma, Joseph Abuodha, Manel Haj Mansour, Noureen Karimi, Diana Omare, Yuashita Hussein, and Mansoor Saleh

Submissions from 2022

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Promoting Best Practice in Cancer Care in Sub Saharan Africa, Karishma Sharma, Shahin Sayed, and Mansoor Saleh

Submissions from 2020

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Clinical Investigator Training Program (CITP) – A practical and pragmatic approach to conveying clinical investigator competencies and training to busy clinicians., Mansoor Saleh, Gurudatta Naik, Penelope Jester, Cynthia Joiner, Elizabeth Westfall, David W. Kimberlin, James Willig, David Redden, Juliette Southworth, and Mark T. Dransfield

Submissions from 2017

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Abstract A12: Ethnic differences in the clinical and pathological characteristics of breast cancer among Kenyan women, Shahin Sayed, Zahir Moloo, Ronald Wasike, Asim Jamal, Peter Bird, Maya Palakal, Gretchen Gierach, and Mansoor Saleh

Submissions from 2016

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Breast camps for awareness and early diagnosis of breast cancer in countries with limited resources: A multidisciplinary model from Kenya, Shahin Sayed, Zahir Moloo, Anthony Ngugi, Rose Ndumia, Ronald Wasike, Mansoor Saleh, Anderson Mutuiri, Abdul Aziz, Kibet Kibor, and Jonathan Wawire

Submissions from 2011

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Pathologic characteristics of breast cancer with special emphasis on prevalence of triple-negative breast cancer from Kenya: A 4-year experience., Shahin Sayed, Zahir Moloo, Ronald Wasike, RR Chauhan, A Ndonga, ME Trinkaus, Y Rahim, H Wedad, and Mansoor Saleh