PNGCF in the Media

City students say no to tobacco

THE PNG Cancer Foundation through its Healthy Teens School Programme observed the ‘World No Tobacco Day’ with the Salvation Army Boroko Primary and Malolo International School on Friday.PNGCF executive manager Priscilla Napoleon...

Cancer Foundation backs Scientific Conference

The local organising committee (LOC) of the 2019 biennial scientific conference of the Pacific Society for Reproductive Health (PSRH) has received support from the PNG Cancer Foundation (PNGCF) to host the conference in July this year.

Remington Group donates K140,000 to Cancer Foundation

Cervical Cancer Education Programme (CCEP) will reach other centres in Papua New Guinea, thanks to Remington Group. Remington joined the fight against cancer by sponsoring the 2019 PNG Cancer Foundation CCEP with K140,000....

JM Ocean Avenue Supports Cancer Foundation

THE Papua New Guinea Cancer Foundation (PNGCF) has received sponsorship for the Community Outreach and Prevention Education Program (COPEP) for this year 2019 by JM Ocean Avenue.
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Two women die each day from cancer, says foundation

Two women die each day from cancer because treatment is lacking in the country, says PNG Cancer Foundation deputy chairperson Dr Lynda Sirigoi. “We have 700 women dying of cancer every year which is equal to two women a day,” she said during the Pink Ribbon luncheon for the foundation yesterday.


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