Best Breast Cancer Doctors In Kenya

Who is a Breast Cancer Doctor?

A medical oncologist treats breast cancer and will collaborate with many other specialists depending on your treatment needs. These may include surgical oncologists or breast surgeons, radiation oncologists and plastic surgeons.

Best Breast Cancer Doctors In Kenya

Dr. Sitna Mwanzi
Chair, KESHO and Consultant Medical Oncologist

Dr Anne Ng’ang’a
Head of National Cancer Control Program at the Ministry of Health

Dr. Alfred Karagu
Chief Executive Officer at National Cancer Institute of Kenya
Afya House, Cathedral Road 00100 Nairobi,Kenya
Tel: +254 720849417

Dr. Nicholas Antony Othieno-Abinya
P.O. BOX 2621, K.N.H., Nairobi.

Dr Riaz Kasmani
Consultant Physician/Medical Oncologist
AgaKhan Hospital & Mombasa Hospital – Speciality Clinic

Dr. Musibi Alice Muthoni
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine Aga Khan University
Tel: 254 20 3662117

Dr. Henry Otieno Abwao
MP Shah Hospital, Shivachi Road, Parklands
Tel: +254 733 744 748 Oncologists Kenya

Dr. Andrew Oluoch Odhiambo
Lecturer in Internal Medicine & Medical Oncology/Haematology – University of Nairobi (UoN), Department of Clinical Medicine & Therapeutics

Dr. Khama Rogo
Gynecological Oncologist
Founder of the Nairobi Oncology Centre

Dr Rohit Govindji Radia
Consultant Physician, Endocrinologist and Medical Oncologist
2nd Floor Room 204 Nairobi Hos Lab Building,
Argwings Kodhek Road,
Address: P.O BOX 48056 Nairobi

Dr Ann Kabura Waweru (Mwangi)
Address Room 11 K N H Doctors Plaza,
Hospital Road,
Nairobi Central, 00100
Tel:+254 20 272 6300

Dr David Theuri Ndirangu
Nuclear Medicine Physician
Kenyatta National Hospital Doctors’ Plaza,Suite No 5, Nairobi

Dr Vijaya Kumar Narayan
M P Shah Hospital,
Shivachi Road
Tel:+254 20 374 0132

Dr Melly Elias Kipchumba
Nandi Road,
Eldoret West, 30100
Tel: +254 53 203 3471

Dr Gladwell Kiarie
3rd Floor Room T9 Mp Shah Hospital Dinesh Chandar,
Shivachi Road,
Physician, Hematologist and Oncologist attached to
department of clinical medicine and Therapeutics
University of Nairobi.
Tel:+254 20 374 2763
Email: Oncologists Kenya

Dr. Khadija Warfa
Gynecologic Oncologist
Aga Khan University Hospital

Dr. Edward Sang
Gynaecologic Oncologist
Prof Nelson Awori Centre (Suite 5, Wing B, 3rd Floor

Dr. Helena Musau
Consultant Clinical and Radiation Oncologist
HCGCCK Cancer Centre
Shivachi Road, Parklands,, Nairobi
Tel: 0727 844842

Dr. Miriam Mutebi
Breast Surgical Oncologist
Aga Khan University Hospital

Dr. Jesse Opakas
Radiation Oncologist
Equra Health Kenya Eldoret Comprehensive Cancer Centre
Address: Malaba Rd, Eldoret
Tel: 0708 911920

Dr. Vincent Musungu
Kakamega Teaching and Refferal Hospital
Tel: 0738 48 3487

Dr. Anselmy Opiyo
Head of the Cancer Treatment Centre at KNH

Dr. Abdi Hakin Mohamed
Surgical Oncologist and Laparoscopic Surgeon
Aga Khan University
Oncologists Kenya

Dr Innocent Orora Maranga
Assistant Director, Head of Reproductive Health
Kenyatta National Hospital

Dr Tonui kipkirui
Gynecologic Oncologist
Lecturer at Moi University and Referral Hospital

Dr. Catherine Nyogesa
Radiation Oncologist
Co-founder Texas Cancer Centre
Tel: 0716279632

Dr. Asim Jamal Shaikh
Cheif Of Medical Oncology Division at The Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi

How much does breast cancer treatment cost in Kenya?

25 million if one undergoes an operation, according to researchers affiliated to the National Cancer Control Programme and the National Cancer Institute, Kenya.

Patients seeking basic treatment for breast cancer pay between Sh175,200 and Sh1. 98 million while the cost shoots up to between Sh758,000 and Sh2.

What is the duration of treatment of breast cancer?

Each treatment session is followed by a period of recovery. Typically, if you have early-stage breast cancer, you’ll undergo chemotherapy treatments for three to six months, but your doctor will adjust the timing to your circumstances. If you have advanced breast cancer, treatment may continue beyond six months.

At what stage can breast cancer be cured?

Stage 2. Individuals with stage 2 breast cancer have cancer cells in their breast tissue, the nearby lymph nodes, or both.

This stage of cancer is curable with a combination of treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and hormonal therapy.

How long a person can live after breast cancer?

The average 5-year survival rate for all people with breast cancer is 89%. The 10-year rate is 83%, and the 15-year rate is 78%. If the cancer is located only in the breast (Stage I), the 5-year survival rate is 99%.