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Date Posted: 4th September, 2012
Source: Ike Ewuah Mensah, Breast Care International, Ghana

One person gives up the fight against breast cancer every 69 seconds across the globe, research has revealed. The study also unveiled that; one out of eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. It is also a fact that more than 70% of Cancers in developing Countries are diagnosed too late for cure. But the good news is that 40% of all Cancer deaths can be prevented.

It is in...

Date Posted: 1st September, 2012
Source: Ike Ewuah Mensah, Breast Care International, Ghana

Thursday, August 30, 2012 marks the Closing Ceremony of the 54th Annual Conference and Workshop for the National Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF).
Through the initiative of the executives, Breast Care International and Peace And Love Hospital organized Eye, Breast and Prostate Cancer Education and Screening for the participants.
 

Dr. (Mrs.) Beatrice Wiaf...

Date Posted: 27th August, 2012
Source: Breast Care International, Ghana

As part of our Breast Cancer Education School Project ready to commence at all part of the Country starting this year; Breast Care International (BCI) in Collaboration with Peace And Love Hospitals organized Breast Cancer Education and Screening for One Hundred and Fifty (150) young girls from the Northern Region who were at Camfed Science, Mathematics and Technolog...

Date Posted: 22nd August, 2012
Source: Ike Ewuah Mensah, Breast Care International, Ghana

“Breast cancer is the leading cause of death among women, as far as cancers are concerned, it attacks one woman in ten and claims countless thousands of lives”.
On Friday August 17, 2012, as part of its National Awareness Campaign program about Breast Cancer, Breast Care International (BCI) in collaboration with Peace an...

Date Posted: 14th August, 2012
Source: Breast Care International, Ghana

Under the sponsorship and invitation of the Honorable Member of Parliament, Hon M. Teye Nyawonor, aka, MTN who is also deputy speaker at the ECOWAS parliament, Breast Care International (BCI) team conducted Breast Cancer Education and screening at Agomanya, Manya Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

More than 980 people were scr...

Date Posted: 9th August, 2012
Source: Breast Care International, Ghana

Breast Care International, on Sunday August 5, 2012, organized Free Breast Cancer Education and Screening for Living Word Temple Church. This church is at one of the slums in Tafo, near the Zongo, a suburb in Kumasi, Ghana.
About 470 people were in the church. The men were enthusiastic to stay back and listen, they asked very important questions during the Q...

Date Posted: 5th August, 2012
Source: Ike Ewuah Mensah, Breast Care International, Ghana

Topic of Presentation:

Strategies in Empowering Women In the Rural Areas with Knowledge in Breast and Cervical Cancer

A Breast Surgeon, consultant in breast cancer management, and the Chief Executive Officer of the Peace and Love Hospitals i...

Date Posted: 1st August, 2012
Source: Ike Ewuah Mensah, Breast Care International, Ghana

“Early Detection, Saves Life”.

Breast cancer is a disease that particularly affects women all over the world. The exact causes of the disease are as yet unknown, however certain risk factors have been found to predispose most women to the disease. Prevention of breast cancer is difficult because many associated factors are endogenous and thus diffic...

Date Posted: 1st August, 2012
Source: Ike Ewuah Mensah, Breast Care International, Ghana

“Imagine Life without Breast Cancer”.

One person gives up the fight against breast cancer every 69 seconds across the globe, research has revealed. The study also unveiled that; one out of eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. It is also a fact that more than 70% of Cancers in developing Countries are diagnosed too late for cure. B...

Date Posted: 27th July, 2012
Source: Breast Care International, Ghana

The Management and Staff of Breast Care International (Ghana) and Peace And Love Hospitals (Accra and Kumasi), have learnt with the greatest shock, the sudden demise of Professor J. E. A. Mills, President of the Republic of Ghana which sad event occurred on Tuesday July 24, 2012.
 

The demise of President Mills is a g...

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