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UB Student embark on a campaign to raise cervical cancer awareness

Wednesday, 19 April, 2017 - 12:45

A university of Botswana student has embarked on a campaign to raise awareness and help women in Botswana know about cervical cancer.

The 24 year old, Lesedi Tsholofelo says the campaign came about after discovering that there is an increasing number of cervical cancer in Botswana that may be caused by lack of information or ignorance hence this event.

Tsholofelo says the event which will be at the university this coming Friday will include tests for cervical cancer by medical personnel as well as the cancer association of Botswana amongst others.

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