We are on a mission to bring hope, health, and empowerment to women and local communities in Ghana
To bring hope, health and empowerment to communities in Ghana through the provision and dissemination of quality breast health education, screening, counseling, advocacy, research, treatment and support to intensify breast cancer awareness and improve the quality of life women at risk with breast cancer.
To maximise personal and community wellness through community participation, excellence in public health education and practice, and empowering people to save lives and end late stage breast cancer presentation in Ghana.
Our goal is to reduce the number of women who present with late stage disease at diagnosis through community outreach and education.
Prevention starts with screening!
According to a Lancet Oncology (clinical oncology journal) report, cancer deaths could increase from 520,348 in 2020 to a million in 2030. Moreover, it said,
There is renewed hope for cancer, hypertension, asthma, and diabetic patients as drugs are distributed free of charge to improve their health conditions. Most of
One of the World’s most famous cancer surgeons, Dr. (Mrs.) Beatrice Wiafe Addai Thursday morning, hosted a team of surgeons on the Lancet Oncology Commission
She was only 13 years in Primary 5 when she was diagnosed of the dreaded breasts cancer in faraway Kintampo, in the Bono East Region.