Entries by ETiCCS

Heidelberg University Hospital Partners with SAP to Improve the Health and Well-Being of Underprivileged Patients

First-of-Its-Kind Mobile App for Cancer Screening Developed with SAP Cloud Platform by Lauren Bonneau, Managing Editor | insiderPROFILES, Volume 8, Issue 2 March 31, 2017 Every year, 500,000 women worldwide are newly diagnosed with cervical cancer.  To help prevent this disease, Heidelberg University Hospital developed a project using a biomarker that would help determine if […]

Emerging Technologies in Cervical Cancer Screening (ETiCCS) scoops award for improving women’s lives

About SAP / SAP Africa News Center Februray 17, 2017 by Nteseng Maboe East Africa, Kenya, Nairobi, 4 February, 2017 – SAP’s Design and Co-Innovation Center together with Heidelberg University Hospital has optimized a cervical cancer screening test that combines applied medical research with the power of innovative SAP cloud technology to improve quality of […]

Enhancing cancer management through IT // by Dr. Bitange Ndemo, former Permanent Secretary Ministry of ICT // Business Daily Africa

Summary At least 80 per cent of women will contract HPV in their lifetime. 85 per cent who develop cancer die in developing countries. Taxing broadband and IT accessories such as smart phones is increasingly becoming counterproductive. There is mounting evidence that IT improves the lives of people and thereby would lead to the achievement […]

First SAP mobile Cloud cervical cancer machine unveiled in Kenya // Dr. Gilbert Saggia, SAP East Africa Managing Director

BizNis Africa // February 2nd, 2017 SAP’s Design and Co-Innovation Center together with Heidelberg University Hospital has optimized a cervical cancer screening test that combines applied medical research with the power of innovative SAP cloud technology to improve quality of life amongst women in Africa. Cervical cancer is the second most common cause of death […]

Preventing Cervical Cancer In Kenya

forbes.com (USA) | 19.01.2016 The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is the most common viral infection of the reproductive tract, with 80 percent of women infected with at least one type in their lifetime, according to Christine Donoto, Senior Writer at SAP. There are 100 types of the virus, with 13 of those being cancer causing. […]