Cancer Care and Support by Sebeccly


  

Sebeccly Breast help lines: 08102056467 and   08103288756

DR Salako giving Partnership-Support Award to Century Group


Sidikat Gbadamosi, a  beneficiary of  Sebeccly  support for breast cancer survivors
 

 
Many cancer patients especially in this part of the world, suffer due to lack of information about the kind of cancer they suffer from and how they can get help.  But many thanks to Sebecccly Cancer Care and Support Centre that is taking on a radical campaign strategy to raise help for cancer sufferers.

 At the heart of this charity cause is Dr Omolola Salako  who  works together with a group of other medical doctors, taking the campaign pan Nigeria. Sebeccly  has, through its various sub-groups, been partnering with different public and private organizations to ensure that there is adequate helpful information about cancers to people.   

Sebeccly,  a not –for- profit organization, works to promote the prevention, early detection and effective treatment of cancers in Nigeria. The organization is the founder and host of  such groups as: Access to Cancer Care: Through the ‘Adopt a Cancer Patient Scheme, Subsidized Drug Funds, 1K4Cancer and Copayment Schemes, breast cancer patients are able to  access cancer care free or at a reduced cost, in partnership with pharmaceutical and donor organizations.

                                             Appolonia Adeyemi(middle) gets Health Correpondent Award
                                          
 
Cancer Workshop for Media Professionals: Every year, the workshop brings health correspondents of media organizations to train them on the cancer control. This workshop explores ways of improving information dissemination and channeling the combined energy of the media and health care professionals towards cancer control.

                                              Participants at Sebeccly Cervical Cancer Workshop in Lagos

Other group programmes undertaken by Sebeccly are: Patience E Support and Advocacy Group, for capacity building to empower breast cancer survivors; Stamp Out Cancer Campaign for information and screening service that drives the message of prevention and early detection; Cancer Information Service; Home Based Care; Breast Help Lines; Best Reporter on Cancer Awareness and Advocacy Awards; Pink Ribbon Campaign, and Early Career Cancer Research Grant.

Many cancer patients have received help through these different channels and Sebeccly continues to work within its mission of promoting  early  cancer detection, support for treatment and information dissemination to help cancer survivors.  Know more about Sebeccly Suppport for Cancer Patients!