Women's Health Community Clinic

02 August 2021 | Health

The Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) will host the next Women's Health Community Clinic in Windhoek on Thursday, 5 August 2021.

The “3rd Wave of Covid-19” infections in Namibia have hit us hard, but now we must carry on and fight cancer as best we can!



• Screening will be for Cervical (Pap smear) and Breast (clinical breast examination) cancers.

• Namibian ID + N$100 (CAN will pay the rest).

• Bring your own night gown/wrap.

• Book your place at 061 237740 to avoid disappointment.



ONLY 50 ladies per slot can be registered, please book in advance and make sure you are on time as confirmed by our teams!

Please be early to get your seat and comply with Covid-19 regulations (Wear your mask!)



*If you would like a private appointment / specific timeslot OR would like to book a Corporate Clinic for your company, please contact our Medical Team at [email protected] or 061 237740 (Sr Aina Nghitongo or Martha Angula).

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