What we do We champion preventionWe are focused on abating the mortality rate of breast cancer in Nigeria through screening, counseling, referrals, education, enlightenment, and nurturing [SCREEN].How We Help Encourage PreventionEating smart and rightAvoiding cigarette smokingReducing their alcohol intakeExercising regularly to keep fitAttending regular or annual screening programsDetecting breast cancer early to save their lives and breasts We provide supportWe are here to help guide you through your breast cancer journey. We provide support whether you have been recently diagnosed, are currently receiving treatment, a survivor or person caring for a loved one with breast cancer. We are available from Monday-Thursday: 9:00am – 4:00pmHelp and SupportSupport groupWe run a support group for breast cancer survivors that meets on the 3rd Thursday of every month [February–November] to discuss their progress, listen to lectures from health experts, and gain new skills.CounselingWe offer paid private counseling services for breast cancer survivors, spouses, and caregivers. Sessions are held on Fridays by appointment only.Mastectomy ProductsWe sell mastectomy products including breast prostheses, bras, turbans, and wigs. Visit our medical services shop for more information. We fundraise As a non-profit organization, all our work is only possible because of people like you. Below are some of the ways you can support us. When you donate money You can help sponsor a cancer patient and/or survivor through the treatment and recovery process. Through our regular outreach programs, you can help play a major role in reducing the mortality rate of breast cancer in Nigeria by educating women on the importance of early detection. Every amount goes a long way in saving lives! When you volunteer You help spread awareness about breast cancer and the importance of early detection. You also help direct the Nigerian government’s attention towards this disease, which can result in greater financial investment in breast cancer research and treatment as well as improve the quality of breast cancer care facilities. In turn, this will help breast cancer patients in Nigeria have access to advanced treatment and quality healthcare. When you donate goods Goods such as quality wigs and prosthetic items help survivors that have undergone mastectomy feel better about themselves and regain their confidence.The best defense against breast cancer is early detection.