- Heart Disease
- Kidney Disease
- Oncologic Diseases
- Endocrine Disorders
- Cerebral Vascular Diseases leading to Stroke
The aforementioned diseases are often inappropriately named diseases of the rich among the African populace, but the sad part is that they are chewing up a good size of the population. Most deaths often occur suddenly, and due to the limited practice of autopsies, the victims of these silent killers are often buried undiagnosed.
Below are the named factors can be blamed for the ever increase in the prevalence and incidence of the silent killers:
- Poor diagnostic methods
- Lack of diagnostic equipment: EKG, USG, CT SCAN, poorly-equipped laboratories
- Seeking medical attention at a later stage
- Lack of proper medication
- The unceremonious decrease in the number of specialists
We aim to bring to light the various symptoms of the early stages of these diseases, patient education, develop the appropriate diagnostic procedures that will enhance the detection of these so-called silent killers at a stage where systematic treatments can be implemented. Project Health Africa also aims to make available the needed medications at a convenient price in order to combat the increase in the incidence of these diseases.
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