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United Community Support: The 49th Christodoula March

The 49th Christodoula March in Cyprus unites people from all corners of the island in a powerful display of solidarity to raise cancer awareness and support those fighting the disease. With participants walking through cities like Limassol, Nicosia, Larnaca, Famagusta, and Paphos, this annual event symbolizes the unwavering community support for the Cyprus AntiCancer Society and the ongoing battle against cancer.

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Christodoula March 2024: Public Called to ‘Be There’

The Christodoula March 2024 in Cyprus is a vibrant event aimed at raising cancer awareness and support. Scheduled for April 7 in Limassol and April 14 in other districts, it includes community events, a loyalty card scheme by the Bank of Cyprus, and opportunities for donations and participation in sports and festive activities.

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Support Pink: Bean Bar Drive for Europa Donna Cyprus

Bean Bar’s “Support Pink” campaign is a weeklong initiative starting on March 4, 2024, where they will donate 10% of sales to Europa Donna Cyprus to aid women with breast cancer. By choosing Bean Bar during this week, you’re not just enjoying your coffee but showing solidarity and support to those affected by breast cancer.

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Joining forces in the fight against breast cancer

Efforts to combat breast cancer in Europe include increasing awareness and prevention through national screening programs and partnerships like Bean Bar’s fundraising campaign with Europa Donna Cyprus. Europa Donna Cyprus advocates for patient rights, raises public awareness, and supports those affected by breast cancer, showcasing the pivotal role of civil society in the fight against this prevalent disease.

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Pushing for a National Cancer Institute in Cyprus

The proposal for a National Cancer Institute in Cyprus is driven by the rising cancer rates in the country, making it the second leading cause of death. This institute would centralize scientific authority, coordinate research and treatment, and implement a National Cancer Strategy to improve health outcomes and address the public health challenge of cancer.

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