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Cancer never comes at a convenient time. However, when it affects the sexual organs of women in developing countries, it has an even bigger impact. Women not only are the source of new life, they are also the centre of family life, the carers, educators and accountants all in one. Their death means a broken family, their children often ending up alone. In developing countries, cervical cancer is still one of the major health issues.
The Dutch school aims to improve the gynae-cological medical care in Indonesia, by contributing in the field of cancer and incontinence. In both countries the prevalence of cervical cancer is very high. In those countries help is needed most.
In order to treat and cure women with cervical cancer we work together with all academic universities in the Netherlands, plus eight Indonesian universities.
The Dutch school is supported by doctors and nurses. We also receive financial support from several involved financiers. However, all contributions are very helpful, so please support us.