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11 Sep
To ensure that schoolgirls are free from cervical cancer, which is a leading cause of death among women, the Rotary International District 9110 comprising members in Lagos and Ogun states have embarked on a vaccination exercise to tackle this cause.
25 Mar
Determined to reduce rising cases and deaths due to cervical cancer, Nigeria’s First Ladies Against Cancer (FLAC) has reiterated its support for the Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Problem.
19 Nov 2020
The World Health Organisation (WHO), on Tuesday, inaugurated its Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer. The strategy outlined three key steps: vaccination...
18 Nov 2020
Irie Vibes, an art and music event, and also a platform for the prevention and eradication of Cervical Cancer, is set to hold tomorrow at the Lagos Fringe Festival, Freedom Park, Lagos.
17 Nov 2020
The World Health Organization on Tuesday launched a strategy to rid the world of cervical cancer, stressing that broad use of vaccines, new tests and treatments could save five million lives by 2050.
5 Feb 2020
Cervical cancer could be wiped out in Britain within two decades and the world within a century. That is if vaccination and screening programme targets are met, according to the scientists who made the calculations. World health officials plan for 90 per cent of schoolgirls to be vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV) by 2030. The…
17 Jan 2020
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28 Oct 2019
Sisters of Jannah (SoJ) in Zaria, Kaduna State, has called on the government and other stakeholders to embark on aggressive awareness campaign against cervical cancer in the North.
7 Sep 2019
Consultant Gynecological Oncologist at the University College London Hospital, UK, Adeola Olaitan has recommended regular screening as well as early presentations as ways to facilitate prevention of cervical cancer among Nigerian women.
18 Jul 2019
Experts in oncology have said to improve breast and cervical cancer care and treatment as well as reduce its prevalence in Nigeria, delay in the presentation must be tackled at all levels.
3 Jul 2019
The Rotary International District 9110 has revealed plans to eliminate the spread of cervical cancer, congenital heart diseases and also poverty in Lagos and Ogun states.
11 May 2019
Women in Lagos State will be opportune to get continuous access to free cervical cancer screening and treatment options within their community health...

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