BCAC 2004 activities ...
|Program Nur: Reach To Recovery 2004-2005|
A Training Workshop For Volunteer Breast Cancer Survivors in Malaysia – 9 to 13 Dec 2004
Participants from all over Malaysia were given the “tools” needed to be more effective in their volunteer services to others with breast cancer – especially those newly diagnosed with the disease.
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|The 2004 College of Radiology Mammogram Programme Report|
Out of the 425 participants in the 2004 mammogram programme, two were detected to have breast cancer. Mdm Ang would not have known about her cancer if she had not heard of the programme and gone for her first ever mammogram!
Read the detailed report here
|Students Launch Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign at HELP University College – 17 Nov 2004|
It’s the extended lunch hour from 12 noon to 2pm in HELP University College and the PR department in collaboration with the DR101 and EN102 classes were busy preparing for the launch of the breast cancer awareness campaign. This was in conjunction with an activity co-organised with the College of Radiology. This was to incorporate breast cancer into the drama productions and also conduct a poetry contest.
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Art of Being Breast Aware Workshop goes to JB – 31 Oct 2004Click here
The Art of Being Breast Aware team went down to Johor Bahru to conduct 2 workshops in an event organized by the Breast Cancer Support Group, Johor Bahru.
|Care for Your Bosom Buddies Public Forum – 3 Oct 2004|
A public forum with a panel of speakers comprising a radiologist, surgeon, clinical oncologists and a young breast cancer survivor hopefully creates awareness and corrects misconceptions about and surrounding breast cancer!
|Breast Cancer Awareness Walk – 2 Oct 2004|
YB Dato’ Donald Lim Siang Chai, Deputy Minister of Information flagged off a Breast Cancer Awareness Walk from Pantai Medical Centre, Bangsar. The event began early in the morning with a jazzercise to warm up the participants. This walk was organised to raise awareness for breast cancer.
|X-Factor, Pink Panther, Diamond & Busty Get Breast Aware – 2 Sep 2004|
Azizah shared how in the old days our grandmothers would say it was improper to touch your own breasts! Participants were enlightened on how important it was to be breast aware in yet another interactive workshop.
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|The OPN Poll Results - 3 July 2004|
Click here to read about the MBCC's Opinion Poll results as well as the public feedback on this event.
The Making of OutRageously PINK Nite Part 2 – 30 June 2004
Here is part 2 of the story behind the OPN. Its about hard work, dedication, passion and the drive to reach out to inform and educate Malaysians on the importance of good breast health. Click here to witness how the organising committee and volunteers worked tirelessly to bring OPN to Bangsar!
OutRageously PINK Nite – 11 June 2004
Click here for our full report on the OPN in Bangsar! And here is our Photo Diary!
Topless Contest with a Twist – 11 June 2004
Bangsar Baru goes topless for a good cause! Click here for our full report.
|History made with youngest participant in a Breast Health Awareness Workshop – 19 June 2004|
15 ladies took part in this 4 hour interactive workshop and the youngest participant was 15 years old!
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|Taking time out from IT to keep abreast of breast health, Microsoft Malaysia – 20 May 2004|
Take time out and check out the scenes when the Art of Being Breast Aware team went to Microsoft Malaysia.
|The Making of OutRageously PINK Nite, Part 1 – 2 May 2004|
Read how the OPN event was born and the work that has since gone into making it a fun and successful event. This is only part 1 and part 2 will ensue after the event on 11 June 2004. Click here for report and pictures!
Bringing Breast Health and Cancer Awareness to “Ladies in Touch” – 7 March 2004
70 ladies enjoyed the lighter side of breast health and breast awareness by Dr Evelyn Ho.
Full report here
Art of Being Breast Aware Workshop – 6 March 2004
4 hours one Saturday afternoon just flew by as ladies were introduced to the nitty gritties of being breast aware!
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First National Breast Cancer Support Conference 9-11 Jan 2004
What a successful conference this was, attended by over 200 participants made up of breast cancer survivors, allied healthcare workers (such as doctors and nurses) as well as volunteers.
Here is our report
The BCAC kicks off with a National Level Trainers’ Art of Being Breast Aware workshop at Corus Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, 9 Jan 2004.
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