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Project PINK BLUE PARTNERS WITH JUMIA FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Jumia, Nigeria’s leading online store has partnered with cancer awareness organisation, Project Pink Blue to commemorate this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The partnership kicks off during the annual Walk, Race & Cycle Against Cancer event taking place on Saturday October 8th in Lagos, Nigeria. With this collaboration, Jumia Nigeria reinforces the importance of early cancer detection and screenings […]

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METASTATIC BREAST CANCER AWARENESS DAY 2016

Every 14th October is Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day #MBCAwarenessDay and coincidently our Executive Director Runcie Chidebe was invited to speak on #BreastCancer on Wazobia FM 99.5 Abuja Talk Health 9ja anchored by Nigeria’s finest voices Nwokedi Moses C. Bigmo Keneri & Laz Ude Eze He shared three key scopes of Breast Cancer Awareness: 1. 10 Ways of Prevention, 2. Myths, […]

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Cancer Control agency and the burden of the disease in Nigeria

Following the plan by the Federal Government to establish a National Agency for Cancer Control, a cancer control advocate, Runcie C.W. Chidebe, writes on the benefits to be derived vis-a-viz the plan by the National Assembly to establish a Cancer Research Centre, which he said Nigeria does not need at this point in time. On […]

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Public Launch of Nigeria’s first Patient Navigation and Telephone Centre 08000CANCER

Abuja, Nigeria – December 2, 2016 – Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre, a community-based cancer non-governmental organization in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH), Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), Pfizer, U.S. Embassy in Nigeria and National Hospital Abuja hosted a week-long training on Breast Cancer Navigation and Palliative Programme […]

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Prof. P.O. Ebigbo, Our Board Chair, Emerges the First Black African to be Elected into the International Council for Rehabilitation Of Torture Victims (ICRT)

Prof. Peter Onyekwere Ebigbo, Professor Emeritus of the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), and Board Chairman, Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre, has been elected to serve on the International Council for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims in Copenhagen, Denmark. Prof. Ebigbo, who is the first black African to be elected as […]

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#SaveOyayi Financial Report

Project PINK BLUE – Health & Psychological Trust Centre is delighted to present to you the FINANCIAL REPORT from the #saveoyayi Fundraising Campaign which we kicked off on World Cancer Day 4th February, 2016. You skipped your meal, hair-do, nail polish and took percentage of your salary; some of you used your data, some campaigned physically and otherwise, all to […]

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