The first Center for Women's Health Empowerment in Bosnia and Herzegovina Think Pink Center was opened in Sarajevo on Friday. The Center will provide information and psychosocial support for women through a comprehensive approach to women's health. It will be an educational center on disease prevention, which will be governed by European and global guidelines and recommendations. All services will be free of charge.
Activities start as early as Monday at Trg fra Grga Marti. Psychotherapy, consultation with medical experts, exercise and nutritional counseling on a diet adapted to oncology patients will be available at the Center.
It is planned that the Think pink Center will provide services for breast cancer patients from other cantons who have to come to Sarajevo for treatment.
The center will provide technical and logistical support to patients during treatment based on available accommodation capacity.
The Think Pink network gathers patients from all over Bosnia and Herzegovina and will host meetings of the Center. There are also professional meetings planned, and the first in a series is a meeting of oncology nurses from five oncology centers in Bosnia and Herzegovina.