Cardiac care being addressed in western Kenya by the Duke Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health, Duke Clinical Research Institute, Indiana University, Purdue University, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital and Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya.
Dr. Rachel Vreeman's Pocket Square Project is highlighted in Indianapolis Nuvo Magazine.
Thanks to Indianapolis philanthropist, the AMPATH partnership took flight.
IU Simon Cancer Center helps create a sustainable oncology health care system in western Kenya.
Chicago Fire TV star, Jesse Spencer, to support AMPATH during the #GivingTuesday campaign.
Sagamore Institute to honor AMPATH for their significant role in national and international health circles.
Two AMPATH youth to participate in International AIDS conference / Eli Lilly donates $18M in product / USAID visits Eldoret
Chics for Chicks / Marty Moore Kenyan Advanced Training Scholarship / Moi University School of Medicine expanded curriculum / Breast cancer screenings: who comes?
Adolescent Support Clinic / World Malaria Day / AbbVie Foundation Partner Retires / Mural on Display in Chandaria Centre
More than 80% of women with breast cancer in Kenya present to medical care with established late-stage disease. AMPATH studied why women might not participate in breast cancer screening when it is offered.
Duke presents the experiences of an academic partnership between North American and Kenyan medical centers to improve cardiovascular health in a national public referral hospital.
Feasibility study of self-monitoring of blood glucose in resource-constrained setting of Western Kenya