Cancer awareness programme

D S Research Centre will launch a drive to create awareness about breast cancer, its treatments and rehabilitation. The institute will organise breast Cancer awareness and free registrat

Published: 05th March 2012 03:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:29 PM   |  A+A-

D S Research Centre will launch a drive to create awareness about breast cancer, its treatments and rehabilitation.

The institute will organise breast Cancer awareness and free registration camps in various parts of city.

The day long free consultation and awareness camp begins at 9 am, on March 8 at D S Research Centre, Cambridge Layout.Dr Gitanjali said, “Breast cancer is no longer a fatal fear, we all can fight it and the only thing that we need is the ray of hope.” In India, the average age of breast cancer patients range from 44.2 years to 49.6 years of age.

It is evident from the various statistic that the incidence of breast cancer is rapidly rising.

Data from populationbased registries under National Cancer Registry Programme indicate that the leading sites of cancer are cervix, breast and oral cavity amongst women.

For consultation and further details call :080-43414141.

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