Breast Cancer Medicines Access Program (BCMAP)

What is Breast Cancer Medicines Access Program (BCMAP)?

Help improve the cure and survival rates of cancer patients and alleviate their financial hardships in paying for costly cancer treatment, DOH will target the most cost-effective and commonly used adjuvant chemotherapy for Stage I-IIIb breast cancer in women. The free medicines access program for cancer is not only meant to provide ready access to cancer medicines but to promote early-screening and cancer awareness among Filipinos emphasizing that detecting, treating and managing cancer in the early stages improves the overall prognosis and survival rates for patients.

Where can we access medicines for this program?

Pilot access sites:

- East Avenue Medical Center

- Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center

- Rizal Medical Center

- Philippine General Hospital

Expansion Sites:

- Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center

- Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital


Who can avail of this program?

A fully eligible cancer patient shall be referred by his / her surgeon / oncologist to the Patient Navigator Program managed by the Philippine Cancer Society as the duly recognized private non-government organization with the expertise on cancer treatment and management. The candidate patient and his /her attending physician must accomplish and submit the following documents list to receive the continuous free supply of anti-cancer medicines.