Survivorship

Project PINK BLUE is on a journey to change the way Africans think about cancer.

At Project PINK BLUE, we don’t refer to CANCER SURVIVORS, as Survivors; we refer to them as ‘CHAMPIONS’. We believe that no human deserves to die of cancer. For this singular reason, we consider that everyone diagnosed with cancer is a champion; he or she is a survivor and a winner right from that moment of diagnosis.

It is on this premise that we founded the Abuja Breast Cancer Support Group (ABC-SG) in 2017. Starting with nine members, the ABC-SG has grown to over 100 cancer champions now, who are fronting a stronger campaign, reminding the population that cancer affects not just some ‘special’ people, but ‘everyone’ –a core misconception about cancer in local communities. Our champions aspire to make more measurable significant change in the way Nigerians think about cancer.

In 2019, we expanded the support group to become Network of People Impacted by Cancer in Nigeria (NePICiN). The goal is to expand the support group to people impacted with other forms of cancer- be it breast, cervical, prostate, leukemia, CML, etc. It does not matter the form of cancer that you were diagnosed with, you are welcome to join us.

Visit our blog to be inspired by the stories of our Champions!

Click here to learn more or join our Abuja Breast Cancer Support Group (ABC-SG)

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