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About One Thousand Seven Hundred Women Die From Cervical Cancer Annually In Ghana – Dr. (Mrs.) Beatrice Wiafe Addai

About one thousand seven hundred (1,700) women died from cervical cancer annually in Ghana. According to Dr. (Mrs.) Beatrice Wiafe Addai, CEO of Peace and Love Hospitals, Founder and President of Breast Care International and Chairperson of Ghana NCD Alliance. At least Two thousand, Eight hundred (2,800) women are diagnosed with cervical cancer yearly in …

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Breast Care international / Direct Relief, USA donate essential medicines to some health facilities in Ghana

On Wednesday, December 14, 2022, Breast Care International through its partnership with Direct Relief, USA, donated some essential medicines to some facilities in Ghana. The medicines were donated to assist the poor and needy patients suffering from breast cancer and other non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension etc. Some beneficiaries include Peace and Love Hospital, …

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Breast Care International climaxes breast cancer awareness month at Sawua

Breast Care International (BCI) has climaxed this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, observed every October with a call on the general public, especially females, to perform a self-examination of their breasts at least once every month. According to the President of BCI, Dr Beatrice Wiafe-Addai, more people in the western world were diagnosed of breast …

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BCI Ghana Walk for the Cure, 10th Edition in Photos

Find photos from the 10th Annual National Breast Cancer Ghana Walk held at Tepa in the Ahafo Ano North district. It was under the theme: “Breast cancer won’t rest, so why should we?” It was the first time the exercise, meant to educate people on the disease was being held outside a regional capital.