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NGO Conducts Medical Test In Grand Cape Mount

By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent

ROBERTSPORT, July 11 (LINA) -An international non-governmental organization, Crystal Life Health Care Organization (CLHCO) based in Australia, is in the country to conduct medical testing for several diseases.

This was disclosed by the organization’s representative in Liberia, Joseph Sackor, who briefed journalists in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County on Friday.

Sackor said that they are presently conducting test for diarrhea, kidney, liver, sore in the stomach and typhoid in the county in an effort to help improve the health system.

He also said the testing fee is US$5.00 and includes the provision of drugs to the patients.

Sackor said the NGO’s decision to come to Liberia was based on the health assessment carried out by the organization last year.


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