CANCER AWARENESS CENTRE OF KENYA

"The Best protection is early Detection"

Tel: +254 700 299 380 | +254 719 227 960 | Email: info@cackenya.org

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Slide 1 jFlow Plus Cancer Awareness
The benefit of awareness and screening is to increase
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People shy away from clinical screening and due to time,
cost and lack of health awareness hence the increase
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Cancer Screening programs have been very successful
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Who we Are

THE CANCER AWARENESS CENTRE OF KENYA (CACK) is a community non-profit making organization registered in Kenya. We are located at Tumaini House, Moi Avenue, 3rd Floor, Suite 309, in Nairobi, Kenya.

 

We are members of the Kenya Network of Cancer Organisations (KENCO) and work with the Ministry of Health on Cancer awareness and advocacy and sreening in the private sector.


We have been conducting Cancer Awareness campaigns and screening programs to sensitize the community on early Cancer detection strategies and other related terminal diseases as well as preventive care in cancer eradication.

 

This has been very successful as many people have benefited from these activities through awareness, early detection, diet interventions, physical fitness and healthy lifestyles.
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What we Do

Over the decade, Cancer cases have risen gradually mainly due to lack of awareness and poverty level as most patients cannot afford treatment. Even for those who can afford, it is eating away their finances and investments.

People shy away from clinical screening and mostly due to time, cost and lack of health awareness hence the increase in the menace. Breast and cervical cancer has adversely affected women while prostate cancer has been the greatest killer in men. Cancer is now a global threat.

We aim to take our patients beyond medical treatment through offering them a holistic approach to coping with the challenges of cancer. We understand that the emotional impact of cancer is difficult not only for patients, but also for their loved ones who need to be Financially, emotionally and physically well in order to help patients heal.
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News & Updates

Latest Events

  • Cancer Awareness and Screening at Madre Teresa Catholic Church on 3rd March 2013
  • Cancer Awareness Talk on 27th October 2012 at Queen of Apostles Catholic Church by Mrs Immaculate Kang'ethe
  • Certificate Awarding to Wairimu- the Marketing Executive of Avenue Health Care at Queen of Apostles Catholic Church Screening on 25th October 2015
  • Planting a memorable tree for Cancer Patients at Kasarani on 25th October 2014 during the Cancer Walk to mark 4 years of Operations
  • World Cancer Day breakfast meeting at Sarova Panafric Hotel on 4th February 2013
  • Candle Lighting at Queen of Apostles Catholic Church on 26th October 2014 in memory of Cancer patients