NGO offers free cervical cancer screening in Lagos (Photos)


100k Club, a medical non-governmental organisation, has organised a three-day free cervical cancer screening in Lagos.

The screening, which started on Janurary 28 at the Tejuosho shopping mall in Yaba, was held at the Maryland shopping mall on Sunday.

The third phase of the screening was held held yesterday (Monday) at LifePro Medicare in Alausa, Ikeja.

Speaking on the purpose of the outreach, Olawale Ogunlana, a medical doctor and co-founder of the NGO, said it was organised in commemoration of the international cervical cancer awareness month.

Ogunlana also said the outreach is expedient, owing to the fact that “28 to 30 women in Nigeria die of cervical cancer every day”.

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