Wellness is a life style, it is an integration of all domains of personality development.
Recognitions and Awards 2017
Faces of Cancer St. Lucia would like to thank members and supporters of the group for the kindness and assistance that has been given to us in so many ways. It is the wonderful actions of individuals and organizations like you that keep us going, without it we simply could not do the little that we are able to do for the members o f the public. Thank you and God bless you all.
During the month of October 2017, Faces of Cancer St. Lucia held four Breast Health Fairs during which Clinical breast exams were performed by doctors. These health fairs were held in Mabouya valley, Mon Repos, Soufriere and Babonneau approximately 327 people were seen, with approximately 87 people needing mammograms or ultrasound because of findings and an additional 31 because of age and family history.
St. Lucia Cancer Society - Certificate of Participation
Paula Alfred - Certificate of Participation
Spartan University Students Counsel - Certificate of Participation
Augustine Emmanuel - Certificate of Participation
Monita Verneuil - Certificate of Participation
Veronique Jules - Certificate of Participation
Kimberlee Haynes - Certificate of Participation
Merlinda Joseph - Certificate of Participation
Catherine Gustave - Certificate of Participation
Augustine Emmanuel - Long Standing Dedication to Faces of Cancer St. Lucia
Dr Daunette Gonzague - Voluntary Services to Faces of Cancer St. Lucia
St. Lucia Cancer Soceity receiving on behalf of Dr. Tamara Remy
Dr. Charles Greenidge - Voluntary Services to Faces of Cancer St. Lucia
The Following also received Participation Awards
Dr. Marie Cassel,
Dr. Owen Gabriel,
Dr. Dawnette Gonzague,
Dr Alton Wilson,
Dr. Tamara Remy
Mr. Jude Lubin.
Nurse Darrel John
Micoud Library Group
Sir Arthur Lewis Nursing Department
Planned Parenthood ( St. Lucia )
Berty St. Omer
Nurse Juliette Mondesir
AIMU Student Council
Diabetic and Hypertensive Association
You can chose courage or you can choose comfort. But you cannot choose both. -Brené Brown
Spend 3 days eating fruit, salad, and protein, in St. Lucia, and you'll cleanse your system, kick food addictions, and lose some pounds. It's a sunshine state, and that can be seen in most of our fruits.
COME TO ST. LUCIA
The sun's heat speeds up the chemical reactions that change the large sugar molecules into small sugar molecules. basically large sugars are non sweet and small sugar molecules like glucose and fructose [the commonest sugar in fruit] are sweet. thats why growing some plants in the greenhouse speeds up ripenig and maturity. Some producers actually blast their fruit with ethylene gas at the warehouse to force it to ripen on demand. But, while ripening with ethylene gas will cause fruit to soften and change color, it can’t add sugar or any of the other chemicals that add up to a complex flavor
Lucia full'a sunshine
Lucia sweeeet !