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Prostate Cancer Preceptorship Programme
Prof Mohamed Abdallah
Mohamed is the Head of Clinical Oncology department at Kasr Al- Aini Center of Oncology and Nuclear Medicine (NEMROCK), Cairo University.
Dr. Mohamed has a special interest and expertise in management of colorectal cancer, advanced head and neck cancers, musculoskeletal cancers and genito-urinary cancers.
Dr Primus Ochieng
Primus Ochieng is the Programme Director of MMed Radiation Oncology training at the University of Nairobi. He is both a lecturer and a consultant clinical oncologist at Kenyatta National Hospital.
He has keen interest in head and neck and prostate cancer treatment. Dr. Ochieng is committed to ensure the program produces well qualified oncologists who will make a difference in cancer treatment in the region. To achieve this, he is keen in collaborating with various centers in the developed world in areas of training, research and skill development.
Prof Alaa Meshref
Alaa Meshref is a Consultant Urologist in multiple institutes and transplant surgeon on Cairo Kidney Center.
He has vast experience in prostate cancer diagnosis with over 20,000 prostate biopsies performed and recently adding cognitive fusion with mpMRI of the prostate across large patient-base patients with BPH and prostate cancer in various stages of the disease.
Prof. Alaa has given more than 20 teaching courses about transrectal ultrasound and prostatic biopsies in conferences and universities. He has presented more than 300 lectures about the early detection of prostate cancer and management of different disease stages
Dr Samuel N. K. Waweru
Samuel Waweru is a Consulting Urologist at the Nairobi Hospital, Mater Hospital among others. He is formerly the chair, Department of Surgery at the Mater Hospital.
Dr Waweru holds a Master’s from the University of Nairobi, urology training from KCMC Moshi, Tanzania.
His interests are in prostatic cancer and urolithiasis.
Moderator: Dr Tracy Irura
Tracy Irura is a Senior Registrar in Clinical Oncology at Kenyatta University Teaching, Research and Referral Hospital.
She holds a Master’s in Clinical Oncology and Nuclear Medicine from Alexandria University, Egypt.
Dr Irura is the co-founder of the Integrated Cancer Research Foundation of Kenya an NGO that seeks to rid Africa of the cancer burden and be a leading cancer research organization in the world.