Baheya Foundation for Early Detection and Treatment for Breast Cancer is a non-profit charity that treats women with breast cancer. The treatment is free and covers all stages, including early detection of the disease, surgery operations, chemotherapy, radiation, psychological therapy, clinical nutrition and therapeutic therapy.
Who are we?
Mrs. Baheya Wahby, Engineer Hussein Ahmad Othman’s wife, was diagnosed with cancer. She was an Egyptian noble lady. The family noticed how hard the poor families suffer from the expensive treatment. Therefore, they decided to turn her house into a center for breast cancer treatment that is free of charge and does not discriminate between people. Baheya building consists of 6 floors located on 10,000 square meters and equipped with the most recent medical equipment that cost about 150 million Egyptian pounds.
Saving hundreds of women’s lives by providing a unique and integrated service in early breast cancer detection and treatment through a multi-disciplinary system. This system is primarily based on serving sick women aiming to control breast cancer through diagnosis, early detection, treatment, knowledge and scientific research.
Our dream for Baheya organization is to be the best center specialized in breast cancer treatment, not only in Egypt, but also in the Middle East and worldwide by the use of humans and the most recent technological power.
Baheya Organization received more than 87000 women within three years of its opening. Those women were served with early cancer detection and Xrays. With continuous development of the team, Baheya achieved the following rates:
Early detection: 2000 women per month.
External clinics: 6,500 patients per month.
Surgical operations: 160 operations per month (performed by experienced doctors in external hospitals).
Chemotherapy: More than 900 sessions per month.
Radiotherapy: 2900 sessions per month.
4, Allouba street, at the beginning of AlHaram street, beside Dary, Giza, Egypt.
Contact us at 16602. Our representative will reach you wherever you are, daily from 9 am to 10 pm during the week, and from 9 am till 2 pm during the month of Ramadan