Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s mission is to be a Centre of Excellence offering comprehensive Breast Specialist services and providing early detection, support and education for cancer and other diseases.

Over the years we have been in the news for various different reasons with the most recent discussing our new radiation initiative. We hope to have the facilities up and running by 2016. We now offer prostate and breast biopsy services to the public and for those who do not have health insurance, our centre covers the cost. Breast Cancer awareness month is a large fundraising month in which the money generated goes towards our clinical mammography and ultrasound departments.

Bringing world’s biggest fundraiser to Bermuda

Ron Spencer didn’t know much about cancer until the disease claimed his mother’s life. Jessie Moniz – View original article here > Ron Spencer and his mother, Pam Short shortly before she died from […]

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Fundraising for cancer fight

By Simon Jones – View original article here > The Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s month of fundraising events kicked off yesterday with an official proclamation by Health Minister Jeanne Atherden. The opening ceremony […]

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Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre Accreditation

View original article by here > Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in mammography as the result of a recent review by the American College of […]

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Cervical cancer screening petition needs more support

By Leanne McGrath – View original article here > Residents are being urged to sign an online petition calling for better access to cervical cancer screening across the Caribbean region. Bermuda Cancer and Health […]

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Bermuda Cancer & Health New Biopsy Service

View original article from here > Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre today announces the launch of prostate biopsies, a new service in the detection and diagnosis of prostate cancer in men. The service […]

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Radiation treatment introduced to Bermuda

By Sarah Lagan – see original article here > Cancer patients are to be offered radiation treatment on Island for the first time thanks to an ambitious $6.5 to $7 million project by the […]

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