Nigeria: Foundation Moves to Save 2,000 Men from Prostate Cancer

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The Project PINK BLUE, a cancer fighting organisation, in partnership with Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation, has embarked on a lifesaving initiative across cities in Nigeria to provide awareness and free screenings for prostate cancer as part of efforts to save 2, 000 Nigerian men from the disease. Executive Director of Project PINK BLUE, Mr. Runcie Chidebe, said the initiative, known as “Men on Blue” was focused on prostate cancer awareness, free Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test, support, health education and navigation. Chidebe stressed that early detection was key in the fight against cancer. He stated this during the free PSA test in Abuja.

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