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SUPPORT OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE OF SERBIA TO THE FAMILY CENTER "MILICA" IN THE MARKING OF OCTOBER - THE INTERNATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

05. October 2017.

The Women's Center "Milica" from Vrnjacka Banja organized the marking of October as the International Month of Fighting Breast Cancer in Belgrade on 01.10.2017. at Terazije, with its well known  and traditional caravan "Give pedal cancer" by joining the bicycle event  GranFondo, organized and supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Ministry of Health and the Bicycle Association of Serbia. The Institute for Public Health of Serbia has supported this action together with the association “Budimo zajedno” (“Lets be together”), “Europe Donna”, Institute of Oncology and Radiology of Serbia, and the Serbian Forum Against Breast Cancer. In 7 cities in the Republic of Serbia The caravan "Give Pedal Cancer" has posted a flag - a sign of the fight against breast cancer in 7 cities  of the Republic of Serbia.

 

 

 

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Lecture for secondary school students and Red Cross of Serbia volunteers was organised at the Red Cross of Serbia as part of the marking of the XIII European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

31. January 2019.

On 23rd January 2019, a lecture for secondary school students and Red Cross of Serbia volunteers was organised at the Red Cross of Serbia as part of the marking of the XIII European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. More than 60 young people attended the lecture organised by the Institute of Public health of Serbia “Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut”and the Red Cross of Serbia. The representatives of the Institute “Batut”, dr sc. med. Katarina Boričić and dr Bojana Milosevic talked about Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and prevention of cervical cancer, as well as the importance of screening as a secondary measure in preventing this type of cancer. The lecture was opened by Ms. Ivana Dasic Marisavljevic, secretary of the Red Cross of Belgrade.

 

From 21st January until 27th January 2019. The PUC “Public Lighting“ Belgrade gave support for the marking of the XIII European Cervical Cancer Prevention week

31. January 2019.

During the whole week from 21st January until 27th January 2019 the PUC “Public Lighting“ Belgrade lighted up The Ada Bridge, dome at the National Assembly and The Palace Albania in turquoise lights (the colour of the ribbon which symbolizes  the fight against the cervical cancer). For the first time this year there were light symbols on the Palace Albania building simultaneously switching in the form of turquoise ribbons and words which promote the European week and cervical cancer prevention. With this gesture The PUC “Public lighting” Belgrade once again supported the European Cervical Prevention week.

 

Monday, 21st January 2019 in The National Library of Serbia was marked the beginning of the XIII European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

25. January 2019.

On Monday, 21st January 2019 in The National Library of Serbia was marked the beginning of the XIII European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. The event was organized by the Institute of Public Health of Serbia „Dr Milan Jovanović Batut“, the National Cancer Screening Office and the Centre for health promotion with the support of the Ministry of Health. Students from International Federation of Medical Students' Associations-IFMSA joined this event. Primary health care centres (PHCC) Novi Sad and Kruševac with the best results in organized cervical cancer screening programme showed their results. The importance of preventive gynaecological check-ups (for early detection of cervical lesions) was emphasised as the aim of this activity. This year campaign’s slogan is “Screening can prevent cervical cancer”. Leaflets and short messages about early detection of human papilloma virus infection were distributed to students.

 

News

New Website

21. October 2013.

We are pleased to announce that new Website of the National Cancer Screening Office is available from 21 of October 2013.

We will give our best to monitor the needs of our citizens and to indicate the importance of screening.

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