Lesotho Minister of Health Nkaku Kabi says the government has over the years focused more on the HIV/AIDS crisis and overlooked cancer which is a silent killer. The government spends billions towards cancer treatment for patients in foreign hospitals but the rate of citizens dying due to delays in getting treatment keeps rising, as a result, it is pushing to establish its own cancer center with the assistance of India.
Breakthrough for Cancer Patients
Lesotho Times, 30 April 2018
LESOTHO has spent billions of maloti towards cancer treatment for patients in foreign hospitals but the rate of Basotho dying due to delays in getting treatment keeps rising. This… Read more »
Cancer cells. (file photo).
Youth in Desperate Cancer Battle
Lesotho Times, 16 June 2017
TWENTY-ONE year-old Maseabata Khaile of Lithabaneng in Maseru says she has become increasingly hopeless, fearful and frustrated in her fight against oral cancer which has not only… Read more »
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