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Organisation Launches Nigeria’s First Breast Cancer Patient Navigation and Toll-Free Telephone Centre

TO help with cancer care and provide needed patient information on cancer, Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre, a community-based cancer non-governmental organization is launching a Breast Cancer Patient Navigation and toll-free Telephone Centre at 08000CANCER (08000226237). In a press release, the organisation stated that, ‘in Nigeria, over 70% of cancer patients present late stages (III & IV) with ...

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Project Pink Blue Hosts Wiki Loves Women in #Abuja

Lagos, Nigeria, 28th September 2016 – Project Pink Blue and Wikimedia UG Nigeria, in partnership with WikiAfrica, and the Goethe-Institut will be co-hosting a 2-day workshop Wiki Loves Women in Abuja, Nigeria. The 2-day workshop will teach up to 20 women in Abuja how they can create contents on Wikipedia and increase visibility for activities of women in Nigeria. Gender ...

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Project PINK BLUE sets up Nigeria’s First Patient Navigation to fight #Cancer

On 9th May, 2016, Runcie C.W. Chidebe, the Executive Director of Project PINK BLUE was in New York for a meeting with Dr. Harold Freeman, the father of Patient Navigation Program (PNP) and founder Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute in New York, USA. The goal of the meeting was to conclude the partnership between Project PINK BLUE and Harold ...

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Project PINK BLUE Sensitizes 99 nurses and retired midwives on advanced breast cancer

In Nigeria, some 100 000 new cases of cancer occur every year, with high case fatality ratio. With approximately 20% of the population of Africa and slightly more than half the population of West Africa, Nigeria contributed 15% to the estimated 681 000 new cases of cancer that occurred in Africa in 2008. A study shows that the commonest cancers ...

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[MUST READ] #SAVEOYAYI: YOU & I CAN HELP OYAYI WIN THIS BATTLE AGAINST #CANCER!

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