Expert Warns of Cervical Cancer Threat in Liberia
The head of Liberia Cancer Society, Dr. Dawn Cooper Barnes, has said the lack of cancer equipment in clinics and hospitals across the country makes it difficult to do pre-cancerous lesion screenings.
Observer, 7 February 2017
Dr. Dawn Cooper Barnes, president of the Liberia Cancer Society (LCS), has said in the next five years, the prevalence and mortality rates of cervical cancer will triple in the… Read more »
The cancer society has warned that the prevalence of the disease could triple in the country in the next five years.
Observer, 3 February 2017
Dr. Dawn Cooper Barnes, President of the Liberia Cancer Society (LCS), has called on Liberians to join the fight against cancer in order to reduce the prevalence and death rate of… Read more »
Observer, 19 October 2015
They say hope is a beautiful thing. According to one definition hope is an optimistic attitude of mind based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and… Read more »
New Dawn, 27 April 2016
The Ministry of Health in collaboration with development partners has launched two vaccine campaigns in Ganta, Nimba County. They include vaccine for the genital human… Read more »