A Culture worth dying for

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Death, for some people, is an expected event that is prepared for. For some others, it descends swiftly, and suddenly, like an unwelcome guest. For these unfortunate victims, a medical check up might have been the thin line between life and death.

Mo Abudu and a guest

In A Culture Worth Dying For, Mo attempts to dispute the notion of sudden death, and she discusses the importance of regular medical checkups and how it is often taken for granted.  Mo also speaks to the family of Chantel Johnson, who was discovered to have leukaemia during routine antenatal tests and died within a year of the diagnosis.

Mo interviewing her guests

If you can’t remember when your last medical check up was, or you’ve never had one, tune in to find out for everything you need to know about healthy, prolonged living.

This would be airing on MNET today at 9.30pm, on Wed at 2.00pm as well as Sat at 2pm.  Make sure you watch this.



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