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March 2016 Newsletter

Saturday, 05 March 2016 by

  March 2016 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: Colon Cancer Awareness - Act Now – Get Screened CASEC Information Exchange Conference Global Health Catalyst Summit @ Harvard Medical School Increase colon cancer screening to save lives Fighting cerebral palsy in Africa African diet swap has dramatic effect on colon cancer risk Did you know? Diabetes is

CASEC Information Exchange Conference

Tuesday, 16 February 2016 by

Bridging the Cancer Care Gap for Africans and People of African Descent April 21, 2016 | 8am – 4pm | Patuxent Greens Country Club,  14415 Greenview Dr Laurel MD 20708 IMPORTANCE OF PARTICIPATION:  The WHO warns that the cancer burden is getting worse with low income countries being hit the hardest. Currently 70 % of cancer’s 8

February 2016 Newsletter

Thursday, 04 February 2016 by

  February 2016 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: World Cancer Day 2016 – Talk about cancer We can prevent cancer National Wear Red Day is February 5, 2016 Miss Cameroon USA visit to Cameroon made noticeable health and education impact February is cancer prevention month – learn how to prevent cancer Zika virus infection

January 2016 Newsletter

Monday, 11 January 2016 by

  January 2016 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: 10 things about cervical cancer Brain Gain – Sierra Leone Diaspora Medical Mission Miss Cameroon USA visits Cameroon – focuses on the CASEC message Sex camps, child marriages and polygamy – the lesser known side of cervical cancer in Africa Check your thyroid Merck opens

December 2015 Newsletter

Thursday, 10 December 2015 by

  December 2015 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: Season’s Greetings 2000-2015 – Reporting on HIV AIDS Satellite in Gabon tracks Africa’s ‘lung’ West Africa health systems ill-prepared for epidemics December Awareness Month – Say NO to HIV AIDS and Cancer Sierra Leone Diaspora Medical Mission Patcha Foundation Wig Drive Patcha Foundation receives

Cameroon: Walking to Conquer Cancer

Sunday, 15 November 2015 by

  Cameroon: Walking to Conquer Cancer Several people on November 7, 2015, participated in a two-hour walk in Cameroon’s main port city, Douala, with the departure and finishing points being the Bonanjo Post Office. The fourth edition of the exercise organized by the Michael & Mauritia Patcha Foundation was to disseminate preventive and healthcare information

November 2015 Newsletter

Thursday, 12 November 2015 by

  November 2015 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: World Pancreatic Cancer Day on November 13, 2015 – Wear purple to show support American Lung Association Public Service Announcement Palliative care in Africa, a global challenge Lung cancer: How to lower your risk Stomach cancer – no stomach for cancer Cancer locks a deadly

October 2015 Newsletter

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 by

  October 2015 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: Wear it Pink, Friday October 23rd We make more progress when we walk together, American Cancer Society 4th Annual CASEC Awards Dinner; pictures and video 4th Annual Walk to Fight and…WIN! pictures Thank you for your support Advanced stage breast cancers in Africa The

September 2015 Newsletter

Thursday, 17 September 2015 by

  September 2015 Patcha Foundation Newsletter   In this month’s Newsletter: Understand Your Cancer Risk Ovaries get cancer too! Sickle cell awareness month September Awareness Month Gynecological cancers – watch videos Cervical cancer and how US is falling behind some African nations Roche in Africa – focus on viral hepatitis and women cancers Mobile tech