Every hour in Nigeria, women die of cervical cancer, a disease that is largely preventable thanks to annual Pap Smear and HPV vaccination. Regular cervical cancer screening tests and follow up care can help detect abnormal cells before they turn into cancer, and can prevent most deaths fro
Unfortunately, a lot of people; do not go for their yearly screenings, have not had the vaccination and do not know that early detection is key to increasing survival rates. It is very important that we educate everyone about the disease, its symptoms and ways to prevent and treat it.
The EMAC Cervical Cancer Prevention Week seeks to spread the word about the important steps that women need to take to stay healthy and encourage parents about how important it is for Pre-teens to get HPV (Human papilloma virus) vaccine, both girls and boys.
Here are some of the activities we will be undertaking during the week:
Sharing Fliers to Salons, schools and Churches
Date: Monday, January 23rd – Friday, January 27th, 2017
Ask a Doctor Session on Social Media
Date: January 27th, 2017
Date: Saturday, January 28th, 2017
To be a part of this exclusive brunch and help change lives, call 08098886184, 07038001097oremail us at email@example.com or Emac@exquisitemag.com
EMACCPW Pop up Store
Date: Sunday, January 29th, 2017
Free Screening Day at Ebute Metta
Date: Monday, January 30th, 2017
Vaccination and Screening
Date: Friday, February 3rd and Saturday, February 4th
All proceeds go to the testing, treating, pre cervical cancer stages and vaccinating children in less privileged areas.
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Acc No: 5100255481
Bank: Heritage Bank
For more information and to join us for the free screening session from the 30th of January, 2017 and 4th of February 2017, call 08098886184, 07038001097 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emac@exquisitemag.com
Source: Bella Naija