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Screening team of Colin Beauchamp, Rob Fitzpatrick, Phil Chinnery and Paul Ripley worked hard today to screen 98 Tom Price residents.
This is after the team with June Walker in place of Rob screening 166 people at Newman over the weekend.

Great results in both towns, with many potential lives saved by early discovery of possibly life threatening lesions, which are subject to confirmation once checked by GP’s or cancer specialists.
Pictures below show the coach setup, the extra lengths we go to so young mothers can be screened, and the outlook from Mt Nameless over Tom Price that Rob drove us to in his brand new Landcruiser.

We discovered a cairn up there installed many years ago by the then Tom Price Lions to mark the highest point able to be driven to in WA!

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