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A breast cancer recognition programme was conducted by Jaslok Hospital on Monday, where a self hearing training was supposing to 50 lady employees of a BMC.
The programme, that was organized by White Marque Solutions, was hold during D Ward BMC bureau in Grant Road.
Dr Reetu Jain, medical oncologist from Jaslok Hospital, who prepared lady employees about breast cancer, said: “Women are frightened to go to a alloy for a checkup. Most symptoms of breast cancer don’t means any pain. When they feel something wrong they omit a progressing signs and wait longer to go for a checkup.”
In India, around 11.1 per cent women are diagnosed with breast cancer. Most of a cases are diagnosed possibly in a third or fourth stage. The presence chances for cancer in India is about 75 to 80 per cent. The month of Oct is celebrated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A BMC worker said: “This is a initial time that an recognition programme was conducted for us. We perceived a lot of information about breast cancer, surety measures and self examination. we will certainly pass on this information to my family members and friends.”