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Skin cancer most common, 13 cancer cases recorded in Cook Islands in first quarter

Tuesday 28 May 2024 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Health, National

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Skin cancer most common, 13 cancer cases recorded in Cook Islands in first quarter
Secretary for Health Bob Williams. TMO/24040122

Cook Islands recorded 13 cancer cases in the first quarter of 2024, with skin cancer being the most common.

Cook Islands recorded 13 cancer cases in the first quarter of 2024, with skin cancer being the most common.


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graham roper on 28/05/2024

Who writes this stuff for the SOH? This news is decades old yet explained as if it’s new news. SOH once again puts the health of Cook Islanders at risk. Saying is not doing , strange as it may seem.