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Zambia, WHO seek to strengthen cooperation to fight cervical cancer

Lusaka, Apr 18 (UNI) Zambia and the World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday pledged to strengthen cooperation in the fight against cervical cancer in the southern African country.
Sylvia Masebo, Zambia's minister of health, and Bente Mikkelsen, director of noncommunicable diseases at the WHO, made the commitment during a meeting.
Masebo said Zambia appreciates the continued support it has received in the fight against noncommunicable diseases, and reaffirmed the country's commitment to the global strategy toward the elimination of cervical cancer.
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