Posts Tagged ‘breast cancer’

Climb with PRIDE Kinabalu 2 training session @ Sunday 31st May 2015

  Last week’s Climb with PRIDE Kinabalu 2 training session were held on Sunday 31st May 2015 at Taman Rekreasi Bukit Jalil focusing on fitness. Eveyone is fit and ready to hike Mount Kinabalu in 11 days time.   We are glad to have Zaimasiha Mohd Nor who came all the way from Batu Gajah […]

Cook With PRIDE #3, 2015 and Doa Selamat

PRIDE will be organising the third Cook with PRIDE session for 2015 and this time, we will include a short Doa Selamat for participants of the Climb With PRIDE Mt. Kinabalu 2.

Climb With PRIDE Kinabalu Team interview by ASTRO

The Climb With PRIDE Kinabalu Team was interviewed by ASTRO during our Training and Outing Session at Bukit Kutu recently. The segment was featured on ASTRO PRIMA on Mother’s Day Saturday, 10 May 2015 as well as the 8pm news segment. Repeats were on last Friday 15 May and Saturday 16 May 2015 on ASTRO […]

3rd Outing for CwPK2 Hiking & Mountaineering

The third Hiking and Mountaineering session took place on the 24th of May 2015, where Climb with PRIDE Kinabalu 2 Team victoriously conquered the peak of Pine tree trail, Bukit Fraser that stands tall at 1448 meters.

Breast Cancer Patients And Survivors To Scale Mount Kinabalu This June

Malaysian breast cancer patients and survivors will be scaling Malaysia’s highest peak this June to prove that they are indeed living life to the fullest, even with breast cancer.

Cook with PRIDE # 2, 2015 – Hi Tea

The 2nd Cook with PRIDE session for 2015 will be held next 26th March with the usual timing deferring slightly to begin at 1.30pm till 4pm, qualifying it as a “Hi Tea” event.

Apple Unveils Breast Cancer Research App

Apple is working with researchers to develop apps for studies including diabetes, asthma, Parkinson’s disease, breast cancer, and cardiovascular disease.

CBE Open Day is back

PRIDE’s Clinical Breast Exam (CBE) Clinic Open Day is back this Saturday, March 7, 2015 from 10am till 4pm at PRIDE’s office in Section 5, Petaling Jaya.

Study finds genetic mutation behind most common breast cancer

Two genetic variations linked to the most common form of breast cancer has been identified, providing vital clues for designing preventative strategies against the disease.

US Breast Cancer Deaths Fell Dramatically in the Past 20 Years

Breast cancer deaths in the U.S. have dropped dramatically in the past two decades — the result of better treatment, greater awareness and more women getting mammograms.


On Pinterest
Follow PRIDE Foundation Malaysia's board Pink Ribbon Deeds on Pinterest.