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Alshaya Employees in Dubai Help Support Breast Cancer Awareness


Dubai, UAE: Dubai Goes Pink is a community event organized by Breast Cancer Arabia in support of breast cancer patients and advocates true medically produced and backed breast cancer awareness. The event runs throughout October and is aimed at unifying the efforts of individuals, companies, activities and events in the region wishing to support […]

Dubai Goes Pink this October with Breast Cancer Arabia


Dubai, UAE: Breast Cancer Arabia invites everyone to take part in Dubai Goes Pink, a month long event that starts on Thursday 4th October 2012. This city-wide event is aimed at unifying the efforts of fund raisers, events, activities and companies in the region wishing to support breast cancer patients and true medically produced […]

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital (AACSH) Opens its Doors In Support of Breast Cancer Patients


In the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan, the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital (AACSH) has opened its doors for patients fighting with breast cancer in an exclusive team up with the Breast Cancer Arabia Foundation, aiming to financially support women diagnosed with breast cancer who are unable to afford treatment.

As […]

Breast Days 2011 Held in Jeddah to Fight Breast Cancer


Improvements in breast cancer treatment were discussed by professionals from Saudi Arabia and various other countries at the Breast Days 2011 conference that concluded on Thursday in Jeddah. Educational lectures and three workshops were carried out daily. The purpose of the meeting was to increase the knowledge of radiologists specializing in breast cancer through […]

NACA Established Mobile Mammography Units Available Across Oman


The National Association for Cancer Awareness (NACA) announced the launching of a Mobile Mammography Unit (MM) in several locations across the Sultanate. These new units will help in facilitating free Mammogram examination to detect any tiny lumps in the breasts particularly among women of 40 years and above. Also those units will address all […]

National Screening Program to Improve early detection of breast cancer


DR Hanif Hassan , Minister of Health, reported yesterday ,In Dubai , that Breast cancer has become an important challenge for healthcare providers all over the world and it needs a big effort to improve the early detection of the disease. DR. Hassan was talking at a speech of a nation- large campaign that […]

Breast Cancer Screening in Qatar


Yesterday, at the Supreme Council Health workshop(SHC) was conducted by Dr. Salha Bu Jassoun, a senior Oncology Consultant from Al-Amal Hospital. The consultant performed a session on the breast cancer screening .In 2008, Qatar Breast cancer screening started. Starting from that year, the number of females in this country underwent screening, between the ages […]

Algeria to establish new breast cancer treatment centers.


Breast cancer is one of the most frequent types of cancer in women. The disease develops in about 20% of women after the age of 40. However, breast cancer has high cure rates provided that it is discovered in its early stages. Realizing this, Algeria announced that it is going to establish new breast […]

Khalifa (A) Healthcare Center Receives A Delegations from Jordon


Ambulatory Healthcare Services (AHS) received a delegation from King Hussein Cancer Center – Jordan, and Jordan Breast Cancer Program to its Khalifa (A) Healthcare Center.

The visit aims to provide insights on the center’s diagnosis and detection facilities, was recommended by HAAD. It provided an opportunity for the delegation members to learn more about […]

Osteoporosis Drugs Associated With Low Risk of Breast Cancer


In a study, women who used bisphosphonate drugs, such as Fosamax, Boniva and Zomita, for more than two years had a nearly 40 percent reduction in risk as compared to those who did not, according to lead author Polly Newcomb, Ph.D., M.P.H., head of the Cancer Prevention Program at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.