UAE celebrates Pinktober by offering free scanning to fight against Breast cancer

The world is celebrating Pinktober; due to ongoing world breast cancer awareness month, People living across UAE can head to several venues for free breast cancer screenings.

The world is celebrating Pinktober; due to ongoing world breast cancer awareness month, People living across UAE can head to several venues for free breast cancer screenings. 

As per the World Health Organisation, a whopping 2.3 million women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020.


Screenings for breast cancer can help detect the actual cancer stage, further leading to curing cancer at an early stage.

Free breast cancer screenings in UAE: Where to get checked

Mubadala Investment Company

Throughout October, Mamoura buildings, Near Muroor 4th Road & Mohammed Bin Khalifa 15th Street, Abu Dhabi.

NMC HealthCare

Throughout October, Dubai will have various locations.


Mediclinic Middle East

Throughout October, various locations.

Abu Dhabi Health Services-SEHA

Throughout October, Executive Building, Das Tower, 9th Floor, Sultan Bin Zayad Street 32nd Street, Khalidiyah St, Abu Dhabi.

Pink Caravans are mobile clinics which are roaming all across UAE to provide free checkups to women this month.

Prink Caravan are available at:-

Raw Coffee

23 Oct, 10 am to 4 pm. Cnr 7A and 4A Street, Al Quoz, Al Manara.

Museum of the Future

28 Oct, 4 pm to 10 pm. Sheikh Zayed Rd, Trade Centre, Trade Centre 2.

Mega Mall

29 Oct, 4 pm to 10 pm. Near Immigration Office, Istiqlal Street, Al Bu Daniq, Sharjah.

Dubai Digital Park, We Conquer Event

30 Oct, 4 pm to 10 pm. Dubai Silicon Oasis

City Walk

31 Oct, 6 pm to 10 pm. Al Safa St, Al Wasl.

Tariq Saeed


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