Does your DNA put you at risk?  Hear from Dr. Wesley Francis as he talks about:

  • GENETICS: Genetics is a branch of biology concerned with the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in organisms
  • BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two genes that are important to fighting cancer
  • Men being diagnosed with Breast Cancer
  • And more…. Come prepared to ask questions.




Show your support and STOMP OUT BREAST CANCER!!!!

Call us 323 4441 or 323 -4482 or email


Look who’s wearing PINK!!!  

Show your support and visit the Thrift Store Monday, Wednesday and Friday from  9am to 2pm 

Congratulations you all for a job well done on the first ever Virtual Ball.   The event was a mammoth task to execute, but the results were phenomenal.

Who would have thought a virtual ball would have reached so many sponsors that unselfishly supported the mission and vision of the Cancer Society of The Bahamas financially during this critical time of the Corona Virus pandemic.

Thank you Lovern Wildgoose and Nicole Leary-Imhoff, as well as your Committee, as you all have proven that your time and talents are priceless.  This year’s event has set the standard and provided a blueprint for next year’s event to be even bigger and better.

Of course we could never repay you for all that you do for the Cancer Society of The Bahamas, but if the world becomes a better place tomorrow, it will happen because of volunteers like you.

The Cancer Society in partnership with the Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists will be holding group sessions for ALL persons diagnosed with cancer.  Group sessions will include:
– Exercises for mobility
– Education on Lymphedema and Manual Lymphatic Drainage
– Education on FAQ’s
For more information, call the office at (242) 323-4482 or (242) 323-4441 or email
Due to the COVID protocols, spaces are limited per session.

Do you have a story to tell?  Everybody’s perspectives are different!  A panel of Cancer Survivors will tell their story of how they overcame this disease called CANCER.

Dr Williamson Chea, National President, The Cancer Society of the Bahamas, along with Mrs. Susan Roberts, Founding President (1976); Dr Christine Chin, Coordinator, Cancer Society’s HALT Healthy Lifestyles Programme and Board Member Mr. Wendell Barry, travelled to Dunmore Town, Harbour Island, 27th July, 2019; and, in a public meeting, held at St. John’s Anglican Church Parish Hall, Certified the Harbour Island Branch and Installed the Officers.

Also in attendance: The First Family Island Branch (1985) The Eleuthera Branch President Sherrin Cooper, Treasurer Sue Culmer, Past President Jackie Gibson and One Eleuthera President Sean Ingraham.

This is the 13th Family Island Branch. These Branches are responsible for: Cancer Care, Cancer Education, coordinating annual mammogram screening, arranging cancer patients accommodation at the Cancer Caring Centre and otherwise assistance.

The Harbour Island Branch Officers are: President Elouise Saunders-Knowles; Vice President Elaine Aranha; Secretary Cassandra Moss; Treasurer Minnette Kelly; Public Relations Nora Albury and Harvey Roberts; Chaplin Michael Higgs.

Past Monthly Meetings

October Monthly General Meeting
October 12th 2021
September Monthly General Meeting
September 14th, 2021
August Monthly General Meeting
August 10th, 2021
July Monthly General Meeting
July 13th, 2021
June Monthly General Meeting
June 8th, 2021
May Monthly General Meeting
May 11th, 2021
April Monthly General Meeting
April 13th, 2021
March Monthly General Meeting
March 9th 2021
February Monthly General Meeting
February 9th, 2021
January Monthly General Meeting
January 12th 2021