BTVI Continues to Support Cancer Support Group

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December 05, 2018

The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) has taken the pink pledge, joined the fight against breast cancer and donated $1,100 to the Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group.

This donation will assist with the purchase of a port for a newly diagnosed patient.

A port is a medical device that allows chemotherapy medicine to be given through a special needle that fits into the port and sits just under the skin.

Since 2011, BTVI has been a supporter of promoting breast cancer awareness. With community engagement being one of BTVI’s strategic plan goals, the institution held its annual Pink Awareness Bake Sale, with 100% of the proceeds going to The Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group.

During the event, staff and faculty joined students in purchasing treats to show their support.

Pictured left to right: BTVI’s Student Affairs Clerk, Sheryl Leary; BTVI’s Dean of Student Affairs, Raquel Bethel; President of the Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group, Andrea Sweeting and BTVI’s President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson Photo: Shantique Longley

News date : 12/05/2018    Category : About Bahamians, Education, Press Releases

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