Knitting 'knockers' for cancer survivors
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Knitting 'knockers' for Kenyan breast cancer survivors

A group of breast cancer survivors in Kenya is making knitted prostheses for women who have been affected by the disease.

The Limau Cancer Connection in the capital, Nairobi, has been giving free "knitted knockers" to those who have had a breast removed.

Video journalist: Mercy Juma

  • 30 Oct 2017
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