We at Thymic-Ghana, are dedicated to increasing public awareness, providing support & resources, and funding research for Thymic malignancies.
The organization is committed to raising awareness about the symptoms and diagnosis of Thymic malignancies, advocating for policy changes that improve access to quality healthcare, and advancing the treatment options for thymic cancer patients.
Through fundraising efforts, Thymic-Ghana in association with ITMIG, is committed to raising awareness and improving patient care of those impacted by this rare and often misunderstood disease.
We aim to increase public awareness and understanding of thymic cancer and malignancies through education and providing information through various platforms.
Our Support Group is committed to spreading information about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Thymic cancer to help patients, families, and healthcare professionals better understand this rare disease.
Through targeted educational programs and webinars, thymicGH seeks to break the stigma surrounding thymic malignancies and provide patients and their families with the resources and support they need.
The Organization's objective is to raise public awareness about Thymic malignancies through community outreach and education, ultimately improving understanding and support for those affected by this rare disease.
Connecting patients with top medical professionals who specialize in Thymic cancers.
Providing research resources for patients to better understand the disease.
Raising critical funds for Thymic cancer and malignancy research and advance treatment options.
Breaking the silence on Thymic Cancer by spreading awareness in the community.
The thymus gland is located behind the sternum, the top region of the mediastinum (chest) and extends upward into the root of the neck. It can cause a variety of symptoms, including chest pain, coughing, and difficulty breathing. The exact cause of thymic cancer is unknown, but it is thought to be related to mutations in the DNA of thymus cells.
Treatment options for thymic cancer include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, and the choice of treatment depends on the type and stage of the cancer. As with all cancers, early detection and treatment can greatly improve outcomes for patients with thymic cancer.
When searching for information on rare diseases like thymoma or thymic carcinoma, finding reliable sources can be a challenge. the internet can provide a vast amount of information, but it can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate. Additionally, it can be hard to connect with other patients in your area who are also experiencing the disease.
Thymic-Ghana aims to bridge these gaps by providing trustworthy information and a support system for those affected by thymic malignancies. Our organization is dedicated to helping patients and their families by providing a community for discussion, sharing experiences and providing access to resources.
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A Patient & Technical Support Interest Group representing patients with Thymic Cancer & malignancy in Ghana.
No. 9, Spintex Road, Accra, Ghana