In Kenya cancer statistics are very depressing with an estimated annual incidence of 40,000 cases and an annual mortality rate of over 28,000. Cancer is now ranked the third killer disease in Kenya. Due to lack of awareness, most of the reported cancers are diagnosed at late stages (Stage 3 or 4), resulting in death as little can be done at this stage. Increasingly, younger Kenyans seem to be more affected by Cancer, unlike in the past, when it was considered a disease of the old. Early diagnosis and adequate treatment would reduce the mortality rates.