Zambia: Parents At UTH Children’s Cancer Clinic Protest [VIDEO]

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Parents at the University Teaching Hospital UTH children’s cancer clinic have protested over alleged unfair distribution of food by the nurses at the ward. Read More

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Zambia: Four Year Old Livingstone Girl Struggling With Bulging Stomach [VIDEO]

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A four year child of Dambwa Central Township in Livingstone is grappling with a persistent severe swelling of her stomach. Click here for the Full StoryMUVI-TV-CHILD-TUMOUR-300x226

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Zambia/Ghana: Ghanians reject Zambeef products

Story from the Zambian Intelligence News 

Picture from the Metro Business Standard Website

Picture from the Metro Business Standard Website

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) of Ghana has warned prospective importers of Zambeef Products produced in Zambia to immediately halt any processes to get the beef into Ghana. According to the FDA, the product has been found to contain high concentrations of Aldehydes, a chemical used to embalm dead bodies and is highly dangerous to human health and can cause organ cancer in humans. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Human Papilloma virus (HPV) Vaccine For Young Zambian Girls

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THE statistics are alarming. Zambia’s cervical cancer burden ranks second in the world next to Guinea. Over 1,400 women die annually from the disease, according to Zambia’s Cancer National Registry. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Financial difficulties delay Ndola cancerous woman operation

MUVI-TV-NDOLA-CANCEROUS-300x204Story from the Muvi TV Website

A 56-year-old woman of Ndola’s Chifubu Township has for the past ten years lived in pain as she has no money to enable her undergo an operation for a cancerous growth on her face. Click here for the Full Story

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USA: Angelina Jolie has double mastectomy to elude breast cancer. (surgical removal of one or both breasts)

angelina jolieaccording to Reuters Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has had a double mastectomy to reduce her chances of getting breast cancer and says she hopes her story will inspire other women fighting the life-threatening disease. (Reuters)  Click here for the Full Story