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Breast and Cervical cancers are preventable - First Lady

Lordina Mahama Nice The First Lady, Mrs Lordina Mahama, has observed that breast and cervical cancers are entirely preventable when reported early to health facilities. At the advance stage, not much can be done, though Ghana has comprehensive cancer centers. Early detection, she said, is key to breast cancer survival.
The First Lady made this remarks in a speech read for her by the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, Ms Hanny Sherry Ayittey, at the fundraising Dinner in aid of Mobile Digital Mammography Unit organised by the Western Region Queenmothers Association for “The Save a Breast Ghana Campaign” in Takoradi.
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