- A medical student at KNUST named Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh has undergone a successful surgery to remove her malignant tumour
- The cost of the surgery was over GHc1,060,299 but it was raised with the help of Ghanaians
- It is said that the need for interventions to ensure full recovery led to the amputation of the lower end of Rita's right leg but she will be fine
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Rita Adjoa Tawiah Abodoh, a fourth-year medical student at the KNUST School of Medicine and Dentistry (KSMD) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has successfully undergone an expensive surgery.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the young lady had a malignant tumour which the doctors had confirmed to be in her right pelvic bone.
The brilliant and beautiful young lady needed to undergo an urgent procedure that involved the removal of the affected pelvic bone and replacement with a prosthesis.
The cost of the surgery was 150,000 in Euros which is 1,067,154.35 in Cedis and Rita's family was unable to raise that among themselves, for which reason the request was made for all and sundry to lend their support.
Reports from the Medical Student Association of KNUST reaching YEN.com.gh have confirmed that the young lady was able to undergo the procedure.
However, it is indicated that the need for interventions to ensure full recovery has led to the amputation of the lower end of Rita's right leg.
On the subject of health, YEN also reported that Afari Military Hospital, which is located between Kumasi and Nkawie in the Atwima Nwabiagya District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, has been captured in a recent video.
Amidst the trending hashtag calling on the government to FixTheCountry, the video that was taken by a former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister showed that the place has been abandoned.
The hospital was built and commissioned under former President John Dramani Mahama but has now been left to the mercy of the weather after power exchanged hands.
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