Elizabeth...... are some of the women diagnosed with breast cancer that we have been able to support with their treatment costs in the last few months.
Most are presently in various phases of treatment - chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormonal therapy, e.t.c.
This has only been possible because of your donations and contributions to CancerAware.
We say thank you. Your support means the world to us.
We want to support more wome
Breast and cervical cancer are the two most common cancers among women in Nigeria. There is no better time to raise awareness about these two cancers than in a month that focuses on women.⠀ We therefore partnered with retail giant GAME to commemorate this year's International Women's Day by having an in-store awareness campaign on breast and cervical cancer. The event took place on Saturday, March 11th 2017 at the Palms Mall, Lekki, Lagos. We also gave out free cervical scree
"The fastest way to change society is to mobilise the women of the world."
- Charles Malik Happy International Women's Day to all the awesome, super women out there.
You rock! #IWD2017
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Colon cancer is also known as colorectal or rectal cancer. It is the development of cancer in the colon or rectum (parts of the large intestine). It is preventable and treatable if found early. Colon cancer is the third most common cancer among men in Nigeria (after prostate and liver cancer) and the fourth most common cancer among women in Nigeria (after breast, cervical and liver cancer). This month, you can help reduce your risk and raise awareness for the prevention and e
Saturday, 4th February is World Cancer Day!⠀ It is a global event that takes place every year with the aim to save millions of preventable cancer deaths each year by raising awareness and educating about the disease.⠀ ⠀ Oceanic Health and CancerAware are organising a 5km Walk on the day.⠀ This is also to commemorate Oceanic Health's 10th year anniversary. There will be free breast, cervical and prostate cancer screening as well as blood pressure and sugar checks.⠀ ⠀ Date: Sat
It's still Cervical Cancer Awareness month and cancer awareness NGOs across the country are working extra hard to spread the word about the cancer epidemic as it affects Nigeria. Not only are they spreading the word, numerous activities geared towards early detection and prevention are being carried out across the different parts. We caught up with one of the leading NGOs and a member of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), CancerAware Nigeria. Tolulope Falowo i