A special treat


Specially for women: Youth and Sports Minister Hannah Yeoh (in purple) visiting an athlete who is receiving treatment at the National Sports Institute’s Women’s Health Clinic. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: National swimmer Phee Jinq En has nothing but praise for the Women’s Health Clinic initiated by the National Sports Institute (NSI).

The establishment of this clinic was in response to the health concerns of female athletes, which came to light during a town hall session held with them in August.

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