Local Cancer Programs
The Breast Cancer Foundation thanks the Cayman Islands Cancer Society for the valuable work they do in the community here Cayman.
The Breast Cancer Foundation of Cayman presented the Cayman Islands Cancer Society with a $92,936 donation recently.
Breast Cancer Foundations contributions to CI Cancer Society for the help they give to Breast Cancer patients.
Watch this video featuring cold caps and other treatments available from the Breast Cancer Foundation wellness programme during chemotherapy.
Celebrations for our first two recipients of the Breast Cancer Foundation’s Grant to train in lymphatic massage and wrapping. Lymphoedema is a painful and debilitating side effect of a lot of cancer surgeries, especially breast cancer, we are happy to be ensuring that treatment for this condition is truly going to be available for everyone Read more »
Jessica Webb who currently works as a Musculoskeletal Outpatient Physiotherapist at Back To Health Clinic (at the World Gym, Seven Mile Beach). She is our newest recipient of our Lymphoedema training grant, congratulations Jessica and thank you for this huge commitment. Presenting Jessica with her grant are two of our Directors, James Bovell and Kim Read more »
We had our newest bio-metric freezer delivered to George Town Hospital (HAS) on the 2nd June, 2016. The staff there are very exciting and cannot wait to start offering this service to their breast cancer patients. Our Cold Caps came from a company based in Texas, they are the founders of the use of cold Read more »
People with breast cancer can now seek help, advice and support from a new helpline manned by survivors of the disease.
Women who undergo routine Mammograms at Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital (CTMH) and Cayman Islands Imaging (CII) now have the latest diagnostic technology available to them, digital mammography and Tomosynthesis.
I am a cancer survivor. My grandmother and mother both passed away due to breast cancer; therefore, it was not unexpected when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was a reality that my sisters and I lived with, but when the doctor said, “You have cancer” it was still a great shock!