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The support of volunteers is integral to the efforts of World Cancer Care to reduce the impact of cancer on our communities. Whether it's minutes or months, hours or days, the time you give really does matter.

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Your donation really can turn a life around. Donate today and help us continue our work with early cancer detection and awareness through medical camps in India.

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World Cancer Care are a global organisation working together to bring cancer awareness, education and screening facilities to people in India who wouldn’t otherwise have access to such services.

Many people simply can’t afford to visit a doctor for a simple physical exam or screening appointment, and many live too far away from the hospitals and surgeries which could provide life-saving cancer checks.

Our fully converted, mobile cancer-screening vehicles and pop-up medical camps can access remote villages and areas of India to offer these services to people in need. We also provide counselling for patients who are diagnosed with cancer through our connections with medical experts and Government hospitals.

8500

VILLAGES COVERED BY WCC SO FAR.

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Knowing about other people’s personal experience of cancer can be a source of support and inspiration when you or someone you love is going through cancer treatment.

Amritpal Kaur

World Cancer Care did a cancer screening camp at my village on 25th May 2015, and they did many cancer tests for us free of cost, and also made us aware of cancer through talks, videos, and leaflets.

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Singho Bain

I heard about World Cancer Care camp at my village and I went there because I was worried about my breast lump, but I did not tell anyone about it before due to ignorance about cancer.

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Jarnail Singh

Our area is prone to cancer and is called the Malwa Cancer belt. In February 2016, World Cancer Care did a camp at my village Talewal Barnala, and at this time I discussed my prostate problem.

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SEE HOW YOU CAN HELP

More than 1,300 people die from Cancer in India every day.

  • Help change lives through early detection cancer screening
  • Counsel patients who are diagnosed with cancer
  • Provide help to those in need
  • Promote awareness and understanding of cancer and cancer treatments
  • Educate on how to self-examine

A DONATION TO World Cancer Care CAN HELP Save a life

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