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TREE has been involved in delivering patient-centered care and treatment in Kenya since 2004 when it helped establish the Coptic Hope Center for Infectious Diseases, which provided free antiretroviral treatment and care for HIV-infected men, women, and children in the capital city of Nairobi. Since then, TREE has expanded to helping patients by providing free cervical cancer screening and treatment for women.
These treatment interventions have formed the foundation for further medical research and education of medical students, residents, and fellows from the US and Kenya. Currently, TREE is engaged in two programs: first, it is continuing its work at the Coptic Hope Center; and second, it is screening female coffee farmers for cervical cancer in the Kenyan coffee growing region of Nyeri.
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