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committee, corporate, philanthropy, united action, private, social, public, cancer, common good, Nigeria
committee, corporate, philanthropy, united action, private, social, public, cancer, common good, Nigeria

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Tune in to channels TV @ 12.30pm today as @cecpnigeria enlightens the public on the topic "Cancer Prevention: it is not Beyond us. #BigWarVsCancer
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“By moving forward together we have the potential to show Cancer: It is not beyond us.”- Union for International Cancer Control.
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Cancer Prevention, it is not beyond us!
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@cecpnigeria and @NigeriainfoFM continues talk on Cancer Symptoms Women Shouldn't Ignore this morning. #ACT! sms CANCER to 44777

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THE BIG WAR VS CANCER IN NIGERIA: NATIONAL CANCER WEEK JUNE 1-8, 2014 

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The BIG WAR against Cancer in Nigeria: Passionate Appeal by Pastor E.A. Adeboye

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The Banquet of Stars Against Cancer (BOSAC), an All - Stars All - Brands Act is the GRAND FINALE of the National Cancer Week. It will take place at the Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos on Sunday, June 8, 2014. It is a Benefit Event, quite unlike any ever hosted in the country, to raise funds in support of the BIG WAR Against Cancer in Nigeria. This event is unique, in that the Organized Private Sector is putting its full weight behind an identified cause.

Specifically, the BIG WAR Against Cancer aims to take cancer prevention to the grassroots through the use of Mobile Cancer Centres (MCC); each MCC costs N 95 million.

Currently over 100,000 Nigerians are diagnosed with cancer and 80,000 die from the disease every year. The Nigerian death ratio of 4 in 5 is the worst in the whole world. For example, cervical cancer which is virtually 100 per cent preventable kills one woman every hour in Nigeria. Prostate cancer kills 14 Nigerian men every day.

Worldwide, cancer's economic toll was $895 billion in 2008 — equivalent to 1.5 percent of the world's gross domestic product, making it the most expensive illness on earth.

From the economic angle, the private sector will benefit tremendously through the saving of scarce financial and human resources presently being lost to cancer and other related disease conditions.

You are invited to enlist as combatants in this BIG WAR and save lives.
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