Jaslok Hospital organises Pink Note 2.0 to spread awareness on breast cancer

 In India, over 1, 50,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year - a staggering number that has overtaken cervical cancer to become the most common cancer affecting women. With 70,000 deaths getting reported every year, a woman succumbs to breast cancer every ten minutes in the country

Jaslok Hospital organises Pink Note 2.0 to spread awareness on breast cancerDue to a lack of awareness (even in metros), the absence of a nationwide, population-based breast cancer screening programme and more than 60 per cent of breast cancers getting detected at an advanced stage, most cancer patients succumb to the disease within a year of getting diagnosed. Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre concluded an evening […]

Mumbai: Female employees of Lijjat Papad undergo screening for breast cancer

The Indian Cancer Society collaborates with Rotary Club of Bombay for Conducting Early Detection Camps for female employees of Shri Mahila Griha Udyog (Lijjat Papad).The initiative coincides with Indian Cancer Society’s ongoing Go Pink Campaign on the occasion of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Mumbai: Female employees of Lijjat Papad undergo screening for breast cancerThe aim of this initiative is to highlight the importance of early detection of breast cancer and to provide medical support for women. The month of October is observed as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a part of the international campaign to raise awareness about the disease and raise funds for research, cause, prevention, diagnosis, […]