October 29, 2023

Stonebwoy’s foundation hosts Successful Breast Cancer Screening Event at Accra Technical University

Accra, Ghana – October 27, 2023 – The Livingstone Foundation (TLF) marked this year’s World Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a successful free breast cancer screening exercise at Accra Technical University (ATU) in Accra.

The event, which drew hundreds of students, aimed to raise awareness about breast cancer, promote early detection, and provide a vital service to the community.

TLF, the charitable arm of Stonebwoy’s Burniton Music Group, has long been dedicated to supporting cancer patients and raising awareness about breast cancer. This year’s free screening exercise is part of their ongoing efforts to emphasize early detection and provide critical information about breast cancer.

In a media statement, Dr. Louisa Satekla expressed her organization’s deep commitment to the cause and the significance of such events during World Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “Early detection is a crucial factor in successfully treating breast cancer,” Dr. Louisa emphasized. “Our mission is to ensure that both women and men are aware of the importance of regular screenings and understand that breast cancer can affect anyone. By providing free screenings and information, we hope to save lives and empower our community.”

Dr. Louisa further underscored the need for communities to unite in the fight against breast cancer. “Breast cancer knows no boundaries. It can strike anyone. Through events like this, we aim to make life-saving information accessible to everyone and ensure that individuals understand the role they play in their own health and the health of their community,” She proclaimed.

The screening event witnessed an impressive turnout, with participants from diverse backgrounds, including university students, faculty members, and local residents. As attendees patiently awaited their screenings, many shared their thoughts about the event, expressing their appreciation and stating, “It’s a great opportunity for us to prioritize our health without financial constraints. Knowledge is power, and this event empowers us to take control of our well-being.”

The free screening exercise was conducted by a team of experienced medical professionals, ensuring that participants received accurate and confidential results. Dr. Louisa Satekla expressed her gratitude for the overwhelming response and pledged to continue organizing such events in the future. “The success of today’s event, just like previous editions, has truly inspired us. We are committed to expanding our efforts and making a positive impact on breast cancer awareness in our community,” She affirmed.