Pink Ribbon Hospital
Pakistan’s first state-of-the-art diagnosis, treatment and counseling facility for Breast Cancer patients and potential victims. Once completed, it will serve about 40,000 women annually from all over Pakistan. Deserving patients will get free treatment. Pink Ribbon Hospital is a beam of hope for every 9th Pakistani woman who is at high risk of Breast Cancer and is reluctant to report the disease and seek reliable treatment due to social taboos and lack of healthcare facilities. The hospital, with world-class medical equipment and experienced staff, will be partially operational by June 2019. Your support to build this hospital can turn a victim into a survivor. Join us in this lifesaving cause and let’s let the women enjoy a happy and healthy life.
Women at Risk of Breast Cancer
Women to be Treated Annually
Women taught Breast Self-Exam Techniques
Female Students engaged in Breast Cancer Awareness Drive
Our Brand Story
At the outset in 2004, talking about Breast Cancer was not easy in the society where this fatal disease was largely associated with female sexuality, but Pink Ribbon campaigned so effectively that not only the taboo was broken and Breast Cancer was included in the narrative of mainstream media but also the government acknowledged the cause and made Breast Cancer a priority in national health agenda. This impressive campaign of spreading Breast Cancer awareness and building alliances with public and corporate sector organization led Pink Ribbon to win IPRA Frontline Golden World Award.
So Many Reasons to Donate
A Mother's Story of Survival
Since no pain is felt in the initial stages of breast cancer, it is very difficult and equally important to get it detected early because if detected early, more chances of survival are there. The pain that one has to go in this disease is unbearable. This is why it is very important to get it diagnosed on time.
When I discovered a lump in my breast, I did not feel any pain; however, the doctors suggested a mammogram and biopsy which afterwards confirmed breast cancer. The news did come as a shock but I decided to fight hard because there was so much yet to be done. My family and friends played an active part in helping me fight the disease. I still remember I was always accompanied by my family when I visited hospitals. It was their support and cooperation that helped me fight. It is their support that helps you pluck up the strength to survive after all.
I remember when I used to go to the hospital for treatment and check-ups, the doctors would recognize me and would say to me that we don’t want to see you like this ever again. This and the motivation provided by friends and family kept me going.
I totally agree with the fact that there is a dire need of an affordable dedicated breast cancer hospital in Pakistan because most of the patients cannot afford the treatment many expensive hospitals have to offer. This is why I appreciate the efforts Pink Ribbon Pakistan has made so far. The hospital project particularly is much needed and the hospital should keep the treatment within the reach of the poor.
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