Merck Foundation together with African First Ladies continue their strategy to provide specialty training for African doctors to better manage diabetes and hypertension patients

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Dr. Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation acknowledge some of Merck Foundation Alumni, future Diabetes and Hypertension experts in Africa and Asia (Source: Merck Foundation | 4 months ago)

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Merck Foundation together with African First Ladies continue their strategy to provide specialty training for African doctors to better manage diabetes and hypertension patients (1) (Source: Merck Foundation | 4 months ago)

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Merck Foundation together with African First Ladies continue their strategy to provide specialty training for African doctors to better manage diabetes and hypertension patients (2) (Source: Merck Foundation | 4 months ago)

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Merck Foundation together with African First Ladies continue their strategy to provide specialty training for African doctors to better manage diabetes and hypertension patients (3) (Source: Merck Foundation | 4 months ago)

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Dr. Hassane Adamou Nasser, NigerMerck Foundation together with African First Ladies continue their strategy to provide specialty training for African doctors to better manage diabetes and hypertension patients (4) (Source: Merck Foundation | 4 months ago)

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Dr. Sofia Jarombwereni Natshikare Nepembe, Merck Foundation alumnus from Namibia talks shares her thoughts (Source: Merck Foundation | 4 months ago)

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