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Center for Public Health

Center for Public Health is Non Governmenal Organization. Not for profit, registered with corporate affairs commission. The Organization was initially founded of college of medicine in the university of Nigeria Enugu Campus as Society for Public Health in 1996.

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We Provide free Medical Care

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Serving the working poor who can't afford medical insurance by providing totally free healthcare services. Call Us ... We are looking for Doctors, Nurses and Office Staff. Volunteer ...Help provide medical care to our community.

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We Save Humanity Health

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Disease has been with humans since before we were human. ... Some scientists believe that one out of every two people who have ever lived have died of a disease.See through the impact of our health activities and what our passion has made us to achieve so far.

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DONATE TODAY TO PROVIDE ESSENTIAL DRUGS TO THE POOR



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Dear Sir/Madam

I’d like to tell you a bit more about CENTRE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH and an exciting new opportunity we have been given.

CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH works in Nigeria providing free drugs and medical services to poor, indigent and vulnerable people with hypertension and diabetes who cannot afford their healthcare cost especially the pensioners who have not received their pension for 25 months. Since we were founded in 2006, we have assisted 100,000 people. For example, just last year we helped Mr. Udo I Udom (pensioner) a diabetic and hypertensive patient, with a high level of blood sugar and high blood pressure, who could not afford his treatment by providing him with free drugs and consultation, currently his blood sugar and blood pressure is under control.

Just recently, the GlobalGiving Foundation selected us to participate in its Accelerator, a fundraising opportunity for nonprofit organizations around the world.

In order to succeed, we must raise $5,000 from 40 donors by 28th June 2019. If we meet this threshold, we will be permanently featured on GlobalGiving’s website, where we have the potential to benefit from corporate relationships, exposure to a new donor network, and access to dozens of online fundraising tools.

Please help us reach the threshold of $5,000 from 40 donors! Be one of the first people to make a donation at 
https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/providing-drugs-to-poor-hypertensive-and-diabetics/
Your donation will help save over 3000  poor indigent and vulnerable people who depend on this program from complications of hypertension and diabetes and deaths

We’re also going to need your help spreading the word! Please share this opportunity with your friends and family! Thank you!


Best,

Dr. C’fine Okorochukwu

Executive Director

Centre for Public Health

+2348037446884

cfineatlantic@yahoo.co.uk

info@centerforpublichealth.org



We are running out of Drugs



DRUGS! NEEDED URGENTLY

I am devasted to share that we are running out of drugs, and the numbers of indigent, poor, vulnerable men and women with diabetes, hypertension or both who are dependent on our PEOPLE HEALTHCARE SUPPORT INITIATIVE is increasing, especially the pensioners who have not received their pensions in the last 27 months.



We are seeing a shortage of key medicines. Most of them will develop serious complications and possibly death if their medications are discontinued.

I ask you today to stand in solidarity with this group of people to support them. They need you most at this point in their life to survive.



We are depending on people like you to help us continue providing free drugs and medical services to these people.



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Passionate Appeal, Donate to save lives


Dear Sir/Madam

I’d like to tell you a bit more about CENTRE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH and an exciting new opportunity we have been given.

CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH works in Nigeria providing free drugs and medical services to poor, indigent and vulnerable people with hypertension and diabetes who cannot afford their healthcare cost especially the pensioners who have not received their pension for 25 months. Since we were founded in 2006, we have assisted 100,000 people. For example, just last year we helped Mr. Udo I Udom (pensioner) a diabetic and hypertensive patient, with a high level of blood sugar and high blood pressure, who could not afford his treatment by providing him with free drugs and consultation, currently his blood sugar and blood pressure is under control.

Just recently, the GlobalGiving Foundation selected us to participate in its Accelerator, a fundraising opportunity for nonprofit organizations around the world.

In order to succeed, we must raise $5,000 from 40 donors by 28th June 2019. If we meet this threshold, we will be permanently featured on GlobalGiving’s website, where we have the potential to benefit from corporate relationships, exposure to a new donor network, and access to dozens of online fundraising tools.

Please help us reach the threshold of $5,000 from 40 donors! Be one of the first people to make a donation at 
https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/providing-drugs-to-poor-hypertensive-and-diabetics/
Your donation will help save over 3000  poor indigent and vulnerable people who depend on this program from complications of hypertension and diabetes and deaths

We’re also going to need your help spreading the word! Please share this opportunity with your friends and family! Thank you!


Best,

Dr. C’fine Okorochukwu

Executive Director

Centre for Public Health

+2348037446884

cfineatlantic@yahoo.co.uk

info@centerforpublichealth.org


Cervical Cancer: Amy Danielle Anderson Story





Amy Danielle Anderson
WOMENS AWARENESS 🎗
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I’ve thought long and hard about whether my battle with cancer should stay a private one, but if speaking out saves even just one person from what I’m going through right now then it’ll be worth it to me.
At 25 years old I have begun my battle with Cervical Cancer Stage 2b. My diagnosis came just three weeks before I was to have my first ever smear test.
It started with abnormal bleeding and blood clots - symptoms I just couldn’t ignore. At first, my symptoms weren’t taken seriously. I tried to book an appointment at my GP but was told that there wasn’t a need for an appointment as there ‘wasn’t anything to see’. I rang again and had to wait a month for an appointment. I was advised to take paracetamol and go to bed. I had been feeling tired for months, had lower back pains but it wasn’t until I lost a frightening amount of blood for the third time that I finally plucked up the courage to go to a hospital and can only praise the staff that dealt with me from that day. THANK YOU to the nurses who held my hand in the start of the scariest journey of my entire life.
My tumour is a whopping 6cm and the cancer has spread to my lymph nodes. Because my cancer is at an invasive stage the only option left for me is to undergo both chemo and radiotherapy at the same time. Some of the side effects of these are devastating and life changing. I’m not quite ready to put all of those into words.
I’ve had more needles in me than a pin cushion, more bloods taken than I can count. I’ve had scans and tests up to my ears. I’ve had to stop working as the hospital is now my second home. I’m currently fresh out of a surgery which I absolutely insisted on having. Although my stomach feels like it’s on fire my ovaries now have a new ‘hiding place’ from the radiation. There’s a chance this will prevent them from shutting down and has given me some hope and positivity to hold on to. I now have to look forward to many gruelling weeks of chemotherapy, external and internal radiation. This week alone I’m taking 7 daily medications. My whole life and reality has turned upside down in a matter of months, and my battle’s only really just starting.
I’m shouting this from the rooftops and to all the girls who are scared of the smear test this is for you! I hope that every one of you reading this will march into your doctors surgery armed and ready. And for every person reading this with the ‘this won’t happen to me’ mentality, please believe me at least one of you out there is wrong. If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that cancer doesn’t have any rules. It doesn’t care who you are. It isn’t waiting patiently for your 25th birthday. We need to catch this shit early. It’s so important to know that being on the combined pill for 5 or more years increases your risk of cervical cancer. I’d been on mine for 10 years and I didn’t know this. The HPV vaccine doesn’t mean you are safe to skip your smear, I had the vaccine! The symptoms of this type of cancer can be caused by many different things which are much less serious but if you’re body is telling you something then PLEASE listen to it. You know yourself better than anyone. Cancer is real and trust me it feels even realer when it becomes a fight for your own life. I’m fighting this with absolutely everything I’ve got. Cancer has started a war with me and it should be way more scared than I am. I refuse to let it wipe the smile off my face or take the spring from my step.
I’ve made this post simply for awareness. Abnormal bleeding should always be taken seriously. If you have any of these symptoms book an appointment with your doctor ASAP. Don’t take no for an answer. Don’t fear the smear. Pass the message on.
5 little things you should know .......................................
1. Be kind. You never ever know the battles that people around you are going through
2. You only know how strong you really are until you absolutely have to be
3. The age for the smear test needs to be lowered
4. Mentality is everything
5. Fuck cancer
I plan on being a cancer survivor🎗
Thanks for reading 💜💜 FEEL FREE TO SHARE FOR AWARENESS