Philippine Organisations For Breast Cancer You Can Support Today
In 2017, the Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society reports that the Philippines has the highest prevalence of this disease among 197 countries. As October is breast cancer awareness month, we’ve listed ways in which you can support organisations that promote breast health care and spread awareness about the disease. Now is a great time to support those affected and to educate yourselves on the matter.
Founded in 1999, ICanServe Foundation, Inc. is an organisation that aims to arm women with breast health care and breast cancer information. The non-profit hopes to help men and women on making informed decisions about their future. ICanServe advocates early breast cancer detection through high impact information campaigns and community-based screening programs.
For more information or inquiries, visit www.icanservefoundation.org, send a message to email@example.com or contact 02.636.5578.
Philippine Cancer Society
Since 1956, the Philippine Cancer Society has been a private, non-stock, non-profit corporation with the goal to advance knowledge about cancer, fight the spread of the disease, and bring relief to those afflicted with cancer. The organisation carries out activities in building awareness on cancer prevention through means such as booklets, videos, lectures, and conferences. They provide cancer-screening services such as breast examinations, pap smears, mammography, among others that people can look into getting for themselves.
For more information or inquiries, visit philcancer.org.ph, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 8.734.2707
Philippine Foundation for Breast Cancer
The Philippine Foundation for Breast Cancer, Inc. is the only advocate and support group that operates and manages a breast care center in a public hospital located at East Avenue Medical Centre in Quezon City. Founded in 2000, their breast cancer programs include an awareness campaign with free breast screening, mammography, stereotactic biopsy, financial assistance, counseling, surveillance, and social events.
For more information or inquiries, visit Philippine Foundation for Breast Cancer, send a message to email@example.com or contact 02.927.3492.
Philippine Breast Cancer Society
The Philippine Breast Cancer Society believes that breast cancer can be a life-wasting disease that affects the whole person as well as the families and communities around her or him. They believe that the disease can be most effectively managed if people work hand in hand for the benefit of breast cancer awareness. Founded in 2009, the organisation envisions a multidisciplinary network of medical professionals, support groups, and advocates working together for the breast cancer community in the country.
For more information, visit Philippine Breast Cancer Society on Facebook send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact 523.7205.