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Global Health Awards – Scholarship Information

Global Health Awards (GHAs) bring scientists from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to select Keystone Symposia meetings, where they may participate in discussions on the forefront of science and medicine. The program aims to provide researchers from diverse backgrounds and limited resource settings with the opportunities afforded by attending top tier scientific conferences, including: Insights…

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Announcing A New Course – Becoming an Effective Leader

Many people readily identify lack of effective leadership as a common problem in Nigeria. The Center for Bioethics and Research in partnership with Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) is proud to announce the addition of ‘’Becoming an Effective Leader’’ to its list of CITI Courses.

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Oyo Curbs Cervical Cancer With Renewed Screening, Treatment – New Telegraph

Oyo State Government has reinvigorated cervical cancer screening for women, aimed to prevent, identify new infections, ensure follow up treatment and avert unnecessary deaths. This comes as a Professor of Epidemiology & Public Health, Clement Adebamowo has decried cultural practices driving cervical cancer and urged women to stop introducing things into their private parts, adding that these practices could increase the risk of developing the human papilloma virus (HPV) which causes cervical cancer.

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Stemming Tide Of Cervical Cancer Through PPP In Oyo – Nigerian Tribune

Cervical cancer remains a public health challenge worldwide, with the highest burden of this in low and medium-income countries, of which Nigeria is one. With an estimated 12,075 cervical cancer cases and 8,000 deaths recorded in Nigeria annually, the Oyo State Cancer Prevention Project ECHO is responding to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) call for action in the global plans to eliminate cervical cancer.

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