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How Obafemi Awolowo Teaching Hospital hid details of N3.07 billion COVID-19 awarded contracts

ON May 30, The ICIR wrote to the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation to request details of...

How cancer patients are getting funding for treatment in Nigeria

IN 2017 Sarah Yug felt a lump in her breast, she went to a hospital in Benue State, and...
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NGO launches first psychological support centre for cancer patients in Abuja

PROJECT PINK BLUE (PPB), a cancer-fighting non-governmental organisation, is set to launch the first psychological support centre (PSC) for...

FG needs to declare state of emergency on shortage of healthcare workforce – Chidebe

PROJECT Pink Blue, a health and psychological trust centre in Abuja, has urged the Nigerian government to declare a...
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IGCS named Nigerian, six others for its annual global award

THE International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS) has named a Nigerian, Runcie Chidebe and six other nationals for its annual...

‘It costs about N16m to treat breast cancer in Nigeria’

PROJECT Pink Blue— A Nigeria cancer-fighting non-governmental organisation has called on the federal government to invest more funds in...
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