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Cancer day deferred

TALEBULA KATE
Friday, February 02, 2018

Update: 4:36PM THE commemoration of the World Cancer day which is expected to be held this Saturday has been deferred.

Walk On Walk Strong (WOWS) Kids chief executive officer Viola Lesi said due to the current unpredictable weather condition we are facing, the commemoration of the World Cancer day has been deferred to next week Saturday February 10, 2018.

Meanwhile the following organisations will have information booth on the day;

  • Ministry of Health
  • Fiji Albinism Project (issues and susceptibility to skin cancer)
  • WOWS Kids Fiji
  • Fiji Cancer Society
  • Golden Oldies
  • Medical Services Pacific and
  • Adventist Wellness Unit

Ms Lesi said refreshments and entertainment will be provided and she is inviting the public to come, have fun and be informed "Together We Can Conquer" Cancer.

She said there will also be a blood drive at the event and the theme colour for the day will be purple, international colour for cancer.








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