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UCC’s Best Graduating Medical Student Aims to Improve Stroke Management.

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A promising young doctor from the University of Cape Coast, Dr. Nathaniel Nii Codjoe, has set his sights on improving stroke management in Ghana. The recent medical graduate, who received 16 of the 22 awards presented at UCC’s 55th Congregation, shared in an interview that he believes more can be done to enhance stroke management in the country. Dr. Codjoe is considering specializing in neurology to fulfill his wish of contributing to this cause.

Dr. Codjoe expressed his aspiration to establish a specialized facility to cater to patients living with stroke. The centre would also train personnel to be knowledgeable in the management of stroke patients, thereby lessening complications in their field of work.

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The young doctor was adjudged the best student in several fields, including Medical Biochemistry, Physiology, Microbiology, Community Medicine, Chemical Pathology, and Pharmacology. He was also awarded Best Clinical Student, Best Graduating Pre-Clinical Student, Overall Performance, Best Student in Family Medicine, and Molecular Medicine with Certificate awards.

Dr. Codjoe’s accomplishments and his passion for improving stroke management in Ghana are impressive and inspiring. We hope his aspirations come to fruition, and that his work contributes significantly to the health sector in Ghana.

His story highlights the potential of young people in the country and serves as an example for others to follow.

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