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Tennis For The Cure

We are inviting 16 Doubles teams to raise money for Cancer. Where: The Courts at the Ritz Carlton When: November 16, 2019 2PM Registration: $425 For Tournament details please contact or and confirm as soon as possible. Food and Beverages will be available for purchase throughout the event.  

Movember’s 2019 Prostate and Colon Cancer Awareness Education Event

The Lions Club of Grand Cayman, in collaboration with The Cayman Islands Cancer Society and Movember Committee presents Movember’s 2019 Prostate and Colon Cancer Awareness Education Event. Free PSA Testing (for eligible men). Sponsored by CTMH Doctors Hospital. Light Refreshments Will Be Served! Presenters: Dr. Slutsky and Dr. Solomon When: 21 November 2019, 7PM – …

Stride For Cancer 2020

Nationwide Big Stride Against Cancer 2020

Join the Cayman Islands Cancer Society for the 2020 Big Stride for Cancer event. When: Sunday 26th January 2020 Where: i) Seven Mile Public Beach, West Bay Road – 6AM for the 13.1 mile “long course” (timed race), and 6:30AM for the 6.5 mile “short course”. ii) North Side – 7AM from Kaibo to Old …

Cayman Islands Cancer Symposium V1

  Medical & Allied Professionals & Medical Students are invited to join the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and a team of local and international experts presenting on the following topics: Update on Rectal Cancer : Dr Arun Nagarajan, MD – Cleveland Clinic Florida 2019 Innovations in Radiation Therapy : Dr. Vivek, MD – Holy-Cross Hospital Robotics in …

Conquering Cancer VI – FREE Health Fair

  Join the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and a team of experts from the Cayman Islands and around the world on Saturday, 21st September for this free public event featuring: Doctor talks about cancer prevention, diagnosis & treatment; Booths showcasing local health-related organisations & companies; Free health screenings including BMI, BP, Alc testing, oral and …

March is Female Cancers Awareness Month

It’s time for a little self-care. Learn the early warning signs of female cancers. Listen to your body – you know what is normal for you. Act – see your doctor early.