Ms Evelyne Nji

My name is Nji Evelyne, I am a mother of 3 kids. I live in Cameroon and was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer in 2011.  When my breast started paining, first I was receiving native treatment for many months. We were told it was witchcraft. It was only after many months that both breasts got so bad that I came to the hospital in Yaounde with the help of my sister in law, Comfort. In Yaounde, I was told that I have but breast cancer. I have no money and my husband is a farmer. We struggled to get money for my surgery. All my breasts were removed.  I am on constant pain and medications. I want...

posted on: Jul 20, 2015 | author: admin

Saker Baptist College, Limbe

Dr Kuna Fombutu teaming together with Dr Christella Ajong formed our duo up front as our footsoldiers matched into Saker Baptist College Limbe. The atmosphere was warm and cozy. Our reception from the staff of this historical institution was of beyond “Michelin” standard. Both the staff and entire student body, clustered in a medium sized auditorium with anxious nerves to receive our message. Dr Ajong took to the floor talking about breast cancer. After interactively answering the many questions from the audience, Dr Fombutu in partnership with Dr Ajong, went crazy on cervical cancer. At the end of the day, a lot of cancer myths were demystified and the students retired to their respective dormitories vowing to take...

Saker Baptist College, Limbe
posted on: Jul 13, 2015 | author: admin

Haut Nkam group

Women are known to have a tight grip of the family. As such celeBritys4africA targets women of all age groups and pay an outreach visit to their places of gathering. It was a hot Sunday in January that our team drove down to the neighborhood where Haut Nkam women of Lime, Cameroon. The reception was good and our team headed by Mr Elijah Ning went down to business not long after our arrival. Our lead clinical Specialist Dr Christella Ajong was on peddles and got directly connected with all 150 women present as her medical rotation was done in their town of origin.  Our talk did focus on breast and cervical cancer with strong emphasis on prevention and...

Haut Nkam group
posted on: Jul 12, 2015 | author: admin

Awareness- Schools & Cultural groups...

Under the umbrella of CancerOne College, celeBritys4africA takes cancer outreach to schools and cultural groups in Cameroon. The goal is to reach out to both the young and the old with the hope of eliminating preventable cancers. Our team educates students as early as age of 10 years old. While we have strong focus on young adults who will become leaders of the community tomorrow, we nonetheless reach out to adults as partnering with them and their cultural groups increases our chances of success in the fight against cancer. We cannot fight cancer with regards only on one segment of the population. Our approach is deep, diversified and incorporative of all. Our cancer gospel is new to many...

Awareness- Schools & Cultural groups
posted on: Jul 7, 2015 | author: admin

Breavix Screening Campaigns

Breast and cervical cancer occurrence are very high in Cameroon and most parts of Africa. celeBritys4africA, in partnership with local partners carry out a quarterly breast and cervical cancer campaign in low income communities where vulnerability to these diseases is high. Breavix™ Screening is offered free of charge to each participant. All that needs to be done is for residents to show up, get an assigned ticket and wait in the queue. We take care of them and provide results on the spot. While Breavix focuses on screening. There is a huge task of counseling which involves getting residents out of unfounded cultural norms about cancer to sound proven medical track. Basic counseling further encourages residents to go...

Breavix Screening Campaigns
posted on: Jul 7, 2015 | author: admin

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