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Interventional Cardiologists at Gloucestershire Hospitals, UK,
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and faculty of Africa Precutaneous Revascularisation.

Dr. Laura Kirui

Consultant at Hematology and Hemato-Oncology at
Aga Khan University hospital, Naorobi, Kenya,
Erstwhile, Consultant Haematologist at the North Middlesex
university hospital, UK.

Dr. Mohd Shahid Ahmed

Physician - Internal Medicine, Tajik State Medical University, Tajikistan,
General Manager - Medical Affairs, Emcure Pharmaceuticals LTD.
Global Transformational projects for US FDA and MHRA compliance.

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