In 2009, Abisola stopped by her hospital and had a routine Pap test done. That decision saved her life.⠀
Her test came back abnormal.⠀
Further testing showed that she had cervical cancer.⠀
Today, she is cancer free and strongly advocates that women should get their cervical screening tests done.
January is #CervicalCancerAwarenessMonth Ladies, schedule your Cervical screening test this month. #2019 #31DaysOfPink #ApplaudingTheSurvivors #BCAM #BeBoldForChange #BreastCancerAw
Every year, February 4th is the day designated to mark World Cancer Day. It is a global event with the aim to save millions of preventable cancer deaths by raising awareness and educating about the disease. To commemorate this year's World Cancer Day, we had two events over the course of the week. The first of this was a free breast cancer screening exercise for women. The one-day event took place on Wednesday the 1st of February at the Department of Radiotherapy of the Lagos
Saturday, 4th February is World Cancer Day!⠀ It is a global event that takes place every year with the aim to save millions of preventable cancer deaths each year by raising awareness and educating about the disease.⠀ ⠀ Oceanic Health and CancerAware are organising a 5km Walk on the day.⠀ This is also to commemorate Oceanic Health's 10th year anniversary. There will be free breast, cervical and prostate cancer screening as well as blood pressure and sugar checks.⠀ ⠀ Date: Sat
World Cancer Day is a global event that takes place every year with the aim of uniting the world’s population in the fight against cancer. It aims to save millions of preventable cancer deaths each year by raising awareness and educating about the disease. It encourages individuals and Governments across the world to take action. As part of their continued commitment to society, our partner Total E & P Nigeria Cooperative is sponsoring 100 mammograms for women. Cancer touches