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Cancer today not tomorrow

Cancer today not tomorrow

Fifteen medical experts presented at the recent annual congress of the Medical Association of Namibia, updating the gathering of medical professionals on the latest clinical developments in the fight against cancer.
The presentations were done at the association’s 37th annual medical congress held in Swakopmund under the theme ‘Cancer Today, Not Tomorrow – early detection, diagnosis/treatment and ethics.”
The presentations were supported by a notable contribution from FNB Namibia.
FNB’s Executive” Premium Segment, Dixon Norval said “One of the FNB values is Innovation – a value that helps us to improve our customer’s experience as we are continuously looking for better ways of doing things and listening to the needs of our customers. We understand that you require quick and flexible service from your bank and, in that regard, are structuring our offerings to support your ever changing circumstances.”

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