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Yayasan Kanker Indonesia dan International

Yayasan Kanker di Indonesia dan International

Yayasan Kanker Indonesia

  1. Yayasan Kanker Indonesia (YKI)
    • Yayasan Kanker Indonesia (YKI) adalah organisasi nirlaba yang bersifat sosial dan kemanusiaan di bidang kesehatan, khususnya dalam upaya penanggulangan kanker.Tujuan YKI adalah mengupayakan penanggulangan kanker dengan menyelenggarakan kegiatan di bidang promotif, preventif dan suportif.
    • YKI menjalankan berbagai program penanggulangan kanker dengan memprioritaskan pelaksanaan program pada 10 kanker utama berikut:
      • Kanker Leher Rahim
      • Kanker Payudara
      • Kanker Hati
      • Kanker Paru
      • Kanker Kulit
      • Kanker Nasofaring
      • Kanker Kolorektal
      • Leukemia
      • Trofoblas Ganas
      • Limfoma Malignum.
    • Logo Yayasan Kanker Indonesia
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    • Alamat Yayasan Kanker Indonesia
      Alamat Semua Cabang: Yayasan Kanker Indonesia SelectShow
  2. Yayasan Onkologi Anak Indonesia (YOAI)
    1. Yayasan Onkologi Anak Indonesia (YOAI) didirikan pada tanggal 24 Mei 1993, oleh beberapa orangtua, sebagai ungkapan rasa syukur karena salah satu putra/putrinya yang pernah menderita kanker telah berhasil disembuhkan, dibantu simpatisan, relawan, psikolog dan dokter.
    2. Anak-anak berhak memperoleh fasilitas yang sama dalam perawatan dan penanggulangan penyakit kanker
    3. Alamat Yayasan Onkologi Anak Indonesia :
    4. Logo yayasan Onkologi Anak Indonesia
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  3. Perhimpunan Kemoprevensi Kanker Indonesia (PAKKI)
    • Perhimpunan Kemoprevensi Kanker Indonesia (PAKKI) diharapkan dapat menjadi wadah penyampaian informasi, komunikasi, dan edukasi bagi para peneliti di bidang kemoprevensi kanker. Dalam perhimpunan ini diharapkan dapat terjadi sinergi perkembangan penelitian kemoprevensi kanker di Indonesia.
  4. Yayasan Peduli Kanker Serviks
    • Yayasan Peduli Kanker Serviks berawal dari komunitas masyarakat yang peduli tentang kesehatan kewanitaan, utamanya Kanker Servik atau kanker mulut rahim. Sehingga pada tanggal 01 Agustus 2014 terbentuklah Gerakan Peduli kanker Serviks yang dalam perkembangannya menjadi “Yayasan Peduli Kanker Serviks” dimana kegiatan kami adalah mendukung program pemerintah tentang program nasional Gerakan Pencegahan dan Deteksi Dini Kanker pada Perempuan Indonesia. Dan Yayasan Kanker Serviks, mengambil peran sertanya dalam berbagai upaya promotif dan prefentif guna menekan angka penderita kanker serviks di Indonesia.
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Yayasan Kanker International

  1. Indonesian Cancer Foundation (ICF) was founded in Jakarta on 17 April 1977. It was established based on the dedication and concern of its founders, namely former Indonesian Vice President Dr. Mohamad Hatta, former Minister of Health Dr. G.A.Siwabessy, and fifteen other prominent individuals. ICF is a non-governmental organization with the purpose to support the Government of Indonesia in its efforts to fight cancer, by taking on promotional, preventive, as well as rehabilitative measures and supportive activities. These aims are based on concerns about the increase of cancer incidence and the high mortality rate as a result of advanced stages of the disease. After going through some initial hard times, ICF now has 26 chapters and 178 branches in different provinces and sub-provinces. In February of 1986, ICF was accepted as a UICC associate member.
    Contact information
    Phone:
    00 62 21 315 26 03
    Location
    Address:
    Jl. Dr GSSY Ratulangi No. 35
    Jakarta 10350
    Indonesia
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  2. Emma Kinder Zieken Huis Academisch Medisch Centrum Amsterdam (1999)
  3. ESO ( European School of Oncology – 1999)
  4. SIOP ( International Society of Pediatric Oncology – 1999 )
  5. ICCCPO ( International Confederation of Childhood Cancer Parents Organization)
  6. LOSEV – Turkey, 2003
  7. UICC (The International Union Against Cancer – 2008)
  8. NUH (National University Health) Singapore – 2012
  9. CCF (Children Cancer Foundation) Singapore – 2012
  10. Female Cancer Program, Indonesia
    • In Indonesia, cervical and breast cancer are the most common forms of cancer among women. Treatment is only scarcely available, due to which many women die unnecessarily. Early detection is vitally important and could keep the weakest, poorest and most vulnerable of women healthy and alive.So far the Female Cancer Program (FCP), in cooperation with the University of Indonesia, the Indonesian Cancer Foundation and several women’s organizations, has been successfully introduced and the care has been transferred as much as possible to the local healthcare facilities.