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KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Create awareness on the disease and highlight the disease burden.
- Goal of treatment.
- Multidisciplinary/Cross functional management.
- Optimizing outcomes in management – Role of Surgery, Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy and Targeted Therapy.
- Key challenges experienced with different patients.
- Biosimilars experience in practice.
- What is new?
Dr Khadija Warfa
Dr Khadija Warfa is a Consultant Gynecologic Oncologist, who completed her gynaecological oncology fellowship at the University of Calgary, Canada.
Currently Dr. Warfa is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Aga Khan University Hospital, where she had done her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency training. She is involved in the training and supervision of postgraduate students.
Dr. Warfa is a member of the African Cancer Coalition and European society of gynecologic oncology (ESGO). She is involved in the Harmonized NCCN guidelines and is a technical advisor to the Kenya National cancer treatment protocols with the objective to reduce mortality related to Gynecologic Cancers in Kenya
Dr Ahmed Komen
Dr Komen is a clinical Radiation Oncologist. He is a fellow of College of Medicine South Africa and holds a Master of Medicine in Radiation Oncology from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
He is a consultant at Kenyatta National Hospital and a part time faculty member at Aga Khan University Hospital.
Dr. Komen is an active member of various multi-disciplinary tumour boards and the Kenya Society of Haematology and Oncology (KESHO).