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Omolola Salako

18 Aug 2018
In a bid to reduce the scourge of cancer in Nigeria, a silent killer that kills thousands of women yearly, Sebeccly Cancer Centre, a not for profit organisation that empowers women on information, screening and treatment of breast and cervical cancer recently collaborated with The Redeemed Christian Church of God ...
4 Aug 2018
Dr. Omolola Salako is an expert in radiation oncology, specialising in the treatment of breast, head and neck cancer, brachytherapy, economics of cancer and other solid adult tumours.
7 Jul 2018
In a bid to up their commitment to creating awareness of cancer in women, Sebeccly Cancer Care has launched #TimeToScreen2018, a community outreach and Free Friday Clinics (FFC), which has been set up to reach and bring women from all parts of the country for free breast and cervical cancer screening and treatment.
17 Sep 2017
When Roger McCreath, was diagnosed with prostate cancer, his world nearly grinded to a stop, but he gave no room for that to come to pass. Instead, he battled the scourge using a cocktail of herbal and conventional treatments.

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