Revolution Motorcycle Club has partnered with Pink Drive on the launch of a breast cancer initiative for Mandela Day. Every year, the bike club drives a Mandela Day event to celebrate the life of Mandela and to empower poor communities.
This year, Pink Drive, together with all women wanting a free clinical breast cancer check up or to learn how to do self- breast examinations, should attend this important event on Thursday, July 19, from 10am, at the Nelson Mandela Youth and Community Centre in Chatsworth.
Revolution MC will be launching the mobile health unit for women and children.
Pink Drive is a breast cancer educational organisation that uses mobile trucks to go into communities to do both education and free mammograms and wellness days.
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Clive Pillay, the president of Revolution Motor Club, said, “Our president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has made cancer an important health issue that everyone should be fighting. Women are invited to come to the youth centre for free clinical breast examinations, pap smears, mammograms and education on women’s health.”
The mammograms are limited to a certain number of women. This will all take place in the breast cancer mobile clinic that is being launched and will be used throughout KZN by Pink Drive.
All women attending the event will be treated to a free meal and an important educational health talk. For more information, contact Clive Pillay on 061-429-2574.