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COORDINATOR - Onica Lekuntwane
COORDINATOR - Onica Lekuntwane

Breast Cancer Awareness ‘In Your Hands’ Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in Botswana, after cervical cancer. And with government-funded cancer care provided mainly by Princess Marina Hospital, for a majority of Batswana, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) dedicated to ‘giving hope’ to the country by promoting breast cancer awareness thus ‘saving […]

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