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Medicaid Cancer Foundation

9 Oct 2021
In commemoration of Breast cancer awareness month held throughout October, Medicaid Cancer Foundation, owned by a paediatrician and First Lady of Kebbi State, Dr Zainab Shinkafi Bagudu, is set to host Nigeria's biggest cancer walk on today, 16th October 2021. Aimed at creating awareness for breast, cervical and prostate cancer, the group 5km walk will…
28 Oct 2020
The Director of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), Dr Zainab Shinkafi – Bagudu, says that 26 women die of cervical cancer daily in Nigeria, with more than 36.59 million at risk globally.
21 Oct 2017
The wife of the Executive Governor of Kebbi State, Dr Zainab Bagudu, on Saturday said about 250, 000 Nigerian women die of cancer annually.
29 Sep 2017
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Medicaid Cancer Foundation on Tuesday enlisted the support of the League Management Company (LMC) in their campaign to eliminate cancer and assist patients.

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