From July 03, 2018 00:00 until July 08, 2018 11:44
At Florence, Italy
Posted by Vanessa Scott
The IBCPC Dragon Boat Festival is held every four years under the auspices of the International Breast Cancer Paddler’s Commission. The Festival is an international non-competitive participatory event targeting Breast Cancer Survivors teams who engage in Dragon Boat activities as post-operative rehabilitation.
For the first time since its institution in 2005, the IBCPC FESTIVAL will take place in Continental Europe: in ITALY!
The International Breast Cancer Paddlers’ Commission (IBCPC) has 166 breast cancer survivor (BCS) dragon boat teams on five continents. Its mandate is to encourage the establishment of breast cancer dragon boat teams, within the framework of participation and inclusiveness. It supports the development of recreational dragon boat paddling as a contribution to a healthy life style for those diagnosed with breast cancer. If you are a new or existing breast cancer dragon boat team, you may be interested in the IBCPC. This is the premier organization for BCS dragon boat teams and in order to participate in the 2018 IBCPC Florence Participatory Festival you will need to be an IBCPC member. Click below to visit the IBCPC website to learn about the organization, find the membership application and sign up for their informative newsletters.
Dragons Abreast Australia is sponsored by Specialised Therapeutics Australia, an international biopharmaceutical company with strategic focus and expertise in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
With the highest professional and ethical standards, Specialised Therapeutics Australia commercialise therapies and technologies that uniquely fulfil the unmet medical needs of the community.
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Platinum Sponsor of the 2017 Dragons Abreast Festival, Cancer Institute NSW, is dedicated to reducing the impact of cancer and improving outcomes for people with cancer across the state of New South Wales by:
Promoting the prevention of cancer
Improving early detection and participation in cancer screening
Improving the diagnosis and treatment of cancer
Building capacity in cancer research
Using the latest data and information to drive positive change across the health system.