Hundreds of people have had their Hepatitis B statuses screened in Accra.

The Okyeame Kwame Foundation in collaboration with MDS Lancet Laboratories, Theobald Hepatitis B Foundation, Roche and Ridge Hospital RPD held the special at the Mantse Abgona Park in Accra.

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“I am really glad to see most of the young people come for the screening. This is to say that the youth is giving attention to health and this also indicates that we are moving in the right direction as a people,” said Okyeame Kwame.

Health officials were on hand to adminsiter and take interested persons through.

enewsgh.com supported this initiative.

 

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