Download the IKCA 2017 Feedback Pdf

Download our 2017 Feedback Pdf to find out about what we’ve achieved together over the years, and how we’re changing the face of cancer in Pakistan today. Thank you for you ongoing support. To win a chance to visit Shaukat

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Salma Nisar is helping Abu Huraira beat cancer

Salma lost her father to cancer. She’ll never forget his last moments for as long as she lives. ‘There are those memories you make during your life that become images and sounds embedded in your mind,’ she writes about them.

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Suit Up for 3PC

We’re rounding up the superheroes now as we prepare to launch this year’s 3 Peaks Challenge (3PC). Have you got what it takes to combat cancer? WHY Last year, 3PC challengers from across the country raised thousands of pounds towards providing

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Be Cancer Aware with IKCA

The only way to beat a disease, which is on the rise, is to know more about it, and to act together to prevent or diagnose and cure it early on. Download our ten-step infographic to being cancer aware, and

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Talha Survived Cancer

At age 15, Muhammad Talha was diagnosed with a cancer. The tumour was so close to his heart, doctors refused to operate and told him he had less than a month to live. Talha’s family were advised to get an

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The Spirit of Khidmat

In every conversation we have with every member of staff at Shaukat Khanum Hospital (SKMCH) the word ‘Khidmat’ keeps cropping up. But what is Khidmat? In the tradition of many Islamic cultures Khidmat means ‘service to others,’ carried out for

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Reaching Out to the Maldives

As of 2017, Shaukat Khanum Hospital (SKMCH) will be supporting the establishment of cancer diagnostic and treatment facilities in the Maldives. We’ll be training Maldivian doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals in the treatment and care of cancer patients. Physicians with

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Finding Strength Through the Struggle

For most people diagnosed with cancer, battling this disease is probably the toughest struggle they’ll ever face. But cancer doesn’t just affect individuals. It tests families, brings people closer and often forces us to be stronger than we ever thought

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