Mon, 20 Aug 2018 10:40 - Updated Mon, 20 Aug 2018 10:46
Moxico: Physicians association assists 1,055 patients for free
Luena - The physicians association ?Médicos Solidários? has assisted since the beginning of the year at least 1,055 patients with several diseases in rural areas of eastern Moxico Province, as part of the aim to take basic health services closer to needy people.
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Moxico: coordinator of the ?Médicos Solidários? physicians association, Ilda Ukete
Photo: David Dias
Speaking to ANGOP on Saturday, the project’s coordinator, Ilda Ukete, said the most common diseases diagnosed were malaria, high blood pressure and scab.
According to her, the success of the activities of the association has counted on aid of physicians, nurses and specialists from Moxico General Hospital (HGM).
In the meantime, she added, the solidarity gesture aims at providing medical assistance and medicines to the people, taking into account the countless hurdles they face to reach sanitary units located far away from their communities.
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