Cervical cancer is preventable, yet it is the 2nd most common cancer among women in Nigeria. We are running a campaign to educate Nigerians about cervical cancer, its risk factors, screening options, e.t.c. We have put together a Cervical Cancer Factsheet to address some of the common questions. What is Cervical Cancer? Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that develops on the cervix of a woman. The cervix is the narrow part of the lower uterus, which is often referred to as
We had a great time at the Access Bank Lagos City Marathon earlier today where we raised awareness about Cancer.
With over 100,000 attendees, this proved to be the biggest edition yet. Well done to Access Bank, Lagos state Government and other stakeholders!
We were able to engage over 5000 runners and marathon goers with our brand, education, awareness and screening initiatives.
Thanks to Access Bank Plc for the support. Kudos to the Leo Burnett Lagos team for volunteer
HPV or human papillomavirus is the main cause of cervical cancer in women. ⠀⠀
Both men and women can have HPV.⠀
Because HPV has no symptoms, it is hard to know if you or your partner is infected.⠀
Ladies prevent Cervical Cancer.
Visit canceraware.org.ng to see screening centres nationwide.
Don't Keep This To Yourself.⠀
Share with your friends.⠀ #Africanwomen #BreastCancer #breastcancerawareness #BreastCancerAwareness #breastcancercha
February 4. World Cancer Day. We are getting ready for the global event that takes place every year with the aim of uniting the world's population in the fight against Cancer. It aims to to save millions of preventable cancer deaths each year by raising awareness and educating about the disease. It encourages individuals and Governments across the world to take action. So, join us this February 4th and #TakeAction against cancer #WorldCancerDay #February4 #WeCanICan #CancerAw
Introducing "The Hope Bag"
In collaboration with Nuciano, the award winning Seattle, US based luxury Handbag brand, we are pleased to unveil The Hope Bag
Designed by Nuciano, The Hope Bag is inspired by the brave women facing cancer whom we have had the priviledge of supporting over the years.
100% of proceeds from the bags go towards the treatment of indigent women facing Breast Cancer.
Support our work and get The Hope Bag.
It comes in 2 colours, Black and Red.
Cervical cancer is preventable, yet it is the 2nd most common cancer among women in Nigeria.⠀
We have kicked off Cervical Health Month at CancerAware. Join us this January as we cover the subject of Cervical Cancer extensively.⠀
Ladies, don't put it off this month, get your Cervical Screening test done. If you have any questions, kindly send us a direct message .⠀
Don't Keep This To Yourself⠀
Share with your friends.⠀ #cervicalcancerawareness #cervica
We are celebrating this year's International Volunteer Day by appreciating the selfless individuals who over the years have made up our team of volunteers at CancerAware.
Our volunteers prove that the only right way to live, is to constantly sacrifice and give. They never want anything in return, but are always ready to do great things.
Today, we appreciate them for their devotion, selflessness and commitment to our cause.
Thank you for making the world a better place. #Af
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
Colorectal cancer is also known as colon 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. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in Nigerian men (after prostate and liver cancer) and the fourth most common cancer in Nigerian women (after breast, cervical and liver cancer). This month, you can help reduce your risk and raise awareness for the prevention and early