due to lack of information
stationed themselves at Pote Central open ground to educate people on how to
fight the spread of cervical and breast cancers.
members of the public on the need for constant screening and blood tests for
early detection of such medical conditions as diabetes.
Phiri told TellZim News that he had observed that a number of people did not
know their diabetes status as they gave little regard to that.
testing for free and women are being given information on some types of cancer
which have claimed many lives. We have realised that people in urban areas
rarely visit the hospital for such services as they are always busy with other
things,” he said.
outreach programme was Lisa Mabena who thanked the club for helping her
understand the importance of being pro-active with the health of her body.
getting screened for cancer is directing putting yourself on the line. I am
very grateful for the free services I received here,” she said.
glucose level tested while 64 women received information on the importance of
getting breast and cervical cancer screening.
blood glucose level tested, while eight adults were referred to Zvishavane
District Hospital after being found to be diabetic.
Muserere thanked Nyaradzo Funeral Services for helping them with tents and Zvishavane
District Hospital for providing them with two nurses and three lab technicians
for the exercise.