September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Pediatric cancer issues such as treatment options and their availability throughout the world, diagnosis and psychological effects are discussed internationally while also cancer survivors are recognized and rewarded.
LA summer nights call for grabbing a nice cold one after a long day’s work. Grab one with Bridge of Health on Thursday, July 20th, 2017 at Golden Road Brewing! 15% of your receipt will be donated to our mission: kicking cancer’s butt for children in Armenia. This is
Fourteen-year-old Astghik Karapetyan, a daughter, a student, a dancer, a child with her whole life ahead of her, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in 2016.
Annually, about 100 children are diagnosed with cancer in Armenia. It seems that the number is not so great, but it requires a considerable amount funds to treat each child from diagnosis to recovery. We have managed to help 80 children so far with our mission to eradicate pediatric cancer
Bridge of Health is proud to be an official supporter of the Armenian Association of Hematology and Oncology as they host an international cancer conference in Armenia on May 18th!
Bridge of Health proudly held its 6th Annual Charity Poker Tournament on August 28th at a private airplane hanger, Wolfe Air Aviation at Hawthorne Airport. Bridge of Health did it big as always, providing a fabulous exclusive event for guests to enjoy all the while contributing to a great cause!
On July 4th, 2015, the Armenian Hematology and Oncology Department, headed by Samvel Danielyan, MD-PhD, hosted the 1st Cancer Patient and Survivor Summit of Armenia.
Mary G. McKinley stresses the importance of cancer screenings early on in her article “Cancer screenings; Don’t be afraid,” published in The Hill on June 27th. Reluctance to a colonoscopy or mammogram is understandable, but recommended screenings for cancer save lives through early detection and treatment. Many cancers can be
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