For more than a decade, Columbus County women have had fewer and fewer affordable options to test themselves for breast and cervical cancer, according to Elizabeth Kinlaw, an adult health nurse for the Columbus County Health Department.
“There’s no help for them,” Kinlaw said.
Kinlaw has been working for
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