Three hundred and ninety three women have been screened for cervical and breast cancer during
The screening was held at the Akerele Primary Healthcare Centre, Surulere on October 26th -28th, 2017.
Five advance cases were referred to the Lagos University Teaching Hospital ( LUTH), Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) and the Cancer Research Centre, Ibadan, for follow-up and treatment.
Highlights of the three-day programme included the welcome address by Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, welcome address and presentation of profile of founder, HEN Foundation and its activities by Prof Ademola Dasylva-Senior Education Adviser HEN Foundation and Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan.
This was followed by donations to University of Ibadan Cancer Research Centre, and Akerele Primary Healthcare Centre. The donation was made by the President, HEN Foundation through the Foundation’s Senior Education Adviser, Prof. Ademola Dasylva
An Awards presentation from HEN Foundation was made by Mr. David Smith, Chairman, British African Business Alliance to Hon Femi Gbajabiamila in recognition of his commitment and contribution to primary healthcare matters, and for sustaining screening exercise.
Other dignitaries present at the events were Chief Bimbo Afolayan, Executive Director NDDIS UK, Mr Toibudeen Oduniyi CEO Cyborg UK, Mr Wilson Balogun, Head of Oil and Gas NDDIS, Prince Ubani British Nigerian Business Network and friends of HEN Foundation from UK.