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Abuja, Get A Free Coupon for Mammograms, Breast & Prostate Scans with the Medicaid Easter Competition!

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Medicaid Radiology Easter Competition - BellaNaija - April 2014

Medicaid in collaboration with BellaNaija is giving resident of Abuja the opportunity to get access to screening tests including Mammograms, Pap Smears, Prostate Scans and more with the Medicaid Easter Competition.

With the competition, you can get screening like 2D, 4D Ultrasound Scan, Obstetrics and Pelvic to Transvaginal, Abdominal and Doppler.

What do you have to do? Simply answer these questions below and send your answers to [email protected] The first 10 to send in the correct answers win!

Questions
1. What is a Mammogram?
2. Mention 2 causes of Breast Cancer
3. What is HPV?
4. How can HPV be prevented, detected and possibly treated?
5. What are the ribbon colours of Breast and Cervical Cancer?
6.Mention 2 ways Cancer can be avoided
7. Mention 2 preventive measures that can be taken to avoid Cervical Cancer
8. Where is Medicaid located?
9. List 10 other tests run in Medicaid Radio-Diagnostics
10. Mention 5 events Medicaid has organised/participated in
Hint: Check the website: www.medicaidradiology.com

Don’t forget to send your answers to [email protected]
This competition is only for residents of Abuja.
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3 Comments

  1. Concerned

    April 19, 2014 at 5:57 pm

    Will there also be counselors or social services to help people in case the screening brings back an unfavorable result? If not, such screening is a bit reckless.

    I see this as 20% being helpful, and 80% veiled ploy by the pharmaceutical industry to sell drugs.

  2. Medicaid

    April 22, 2014 at 11:54 am

    Dear Concerned,
    yes we counsel patients before and after the procedure.
    Medicaid is not a Pharmaceutical company (we don’t sell drugs). We offer diagnostic services… visit us on medicaidradiology.com for info.

  3. Diz

    April 22, 2014 at 11:57 am

    oga concern, cant u read? i doubt if u read tru, whr did they mention drugs? i see this more like an awareness thing. if u r not interested, dont kill other people’s zeal…

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