The screening program exhausted its funds in March.

Kansas women aged 40 to 64 who are uninsured and the income guidelines are eligible for the program. According to Neff, have over 5800 of at least 27,000 women in Kansas to qualify to receive the no-cost screenings, so since 1 Conducted July 2007.. The screening program exhausted its funds in March. However, subject to program officials to provide a limited amount of funds for diagnostic tests until the new financial year begins on 1 July, women symptoms of breast symptoms of breast or cervical cancer. Which is to inquire about the program can be put on a waiting list and will be screened when funding is available.

Janet Neff, director of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the program has received more than $ 2,000 per year in recent years by CDC. The program also receives some funds of the State and the Mid – Kansas affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.The U.S., WHO and representative of from 13 African countries am Montag tried to increase reporting the standards of the quality of medical lab across the continent, VOA News started. At the start a three -day meeting of policy makers Kigali, signed in African health officers off an accreditation system for labs throughout the continent. ‘Bettermann medical labs, represent a improve patient care – and officials say the only way to make a laboratory being well good in order to accredited accredited, ‘to the news service .

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