Gulf Times - Qatar-Cancer-Society
Aspire Zone, QCS open registration for Pink Walk

Aspire Zone, QCS open registration for Pink Walk

Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF), in collaboration with the Qatar Cancer Society (QCS), has opened online registration for the ‘Pink Walk’ breast cancer awareness event taking place for the third consecutive year at Aspire Park on October 28.

QCS launches childhood cancer awareness campaign

QCS launches childhood cancer awareness campaign

Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) has launched “Heroes come in all sizes” campaign to raise awareness about childhood cancer.

HMC joins initiative to raise head and neck cancer awareness

HMC joins initiative to raise head and neck cancer awareness

The Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), Qatar Cancer Society and Merck Medicine Company recently partnered to raise awareness of head and neck cancers.

New cancer awareness centre a first for Middle East

New cancer awareness centre a first for Middle East

The Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) on Wednesday opened the doors of the Ooredoo Cancer Awareness Centre, a first of its kind in the Middle East, for training and education about the disease.

Qatar Cancer Society signs child survivor as honorary ambassador

Qatar Cancer Society signs child survivor as honorary ambassador

Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) has signed in Sharifa al-Haqbani, a child survivor of cancer as its honorary ambassador.

QCS kick starts prostate cancer awareness campaign

QCS kick starts prostate cancer awareness campaign

Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) organised a sporting event, in collaboration with Doha Bank, as part of its campaign ‘Be Mustache’ to raise awareness on prostate cancer and men's health.

Prostate cancer: Awareness programme launched

Prostate cancer: Awareness programme launched

Qatar Cancer Society (QCS) has launched a campaign to raise awareness of prostate cancer, the second most common cancer among men in Qatar, and the fifth most cancer causing death in men globally.

Breast cancer conference to focus on latest treatment methods

Breast cancer conference to focus on latest treatment methods

Over 2,500 healthcare professionals from Qatar have already registered for the Qatar International Breast Cancer Conference to be held on October 28 and 29, revealed Dr Sheikh Khalid bin Jabor al-Thani, chairman of Qatar Cancer Society.