Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Mrs Abimbola Fashola shared a touching story about her ordeal with breast cancer.

Speaking at a ceremony to flag off the first round of the Integrated Statewide Wellness Health Week, at Rauf Aregbesola Hospital in Mosan Okunola Local Council Development Area, Alimosho, Lagos, western Nigeria, 

Mrs. Fashola said consistent screening and early detection saved her from the killer disease.

In her words: 
“Early detection made me survive breast cancer. I was able to survive it through early detection and screening. This year alone, I know about six people that have died of breast cancer and it did not warn them.
“All of them died in the spate of one month. Only God knows what would have happened if I had not detected mine on time,” she said.
The highlights of the programme was free health screening for diabetes, hypertension, prostate, cervix and breast cancers for residents of Alimosho.
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Written by Dondumex

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