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Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

Cancer Detection Camp

Aim: Encourages breast, cervical and oral cancer prevention and early detection for women in under served communities

Data published by the ‘National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research’ – India (NCPR) indicates one woman dies of cervical cancer every 8 minutes in India and, for every 2 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer, one woman dies.

Lack of access to well organized and well-regulated cancer care systems further complicates the situation. Prevention and Detection are two important components in the fight against cancer.

Our program aims to spread cancer awareness and educate people about the importance of early detection. The first part includes Cancer Awareness Talks where women are educated about the importance of Early Detection, and then we follow with Cancer Detection Camps where women are given the opportunity to undertake the following free tests: Ear Nose Throat test (ENT), Pap Smear, and Breast Examination.

Awareness Talks
Detection Camps
Follow-Up On Positive Cases
Timely Treatment

Contact us on contact@gjkapoor.org to conduct Awareness Talks and Camps in your area

Awareness Talks

Detection Camps

Follow-up on positive cases

Timely Treatment

awarenessCancer Awareness Talks

132


WomanWomen Reached

7293


detectionCancer Detection Camps

57


screenedWomen Screened

3105


TestsTests Performed

8501

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Contact us on contact@gjkapoor.org to conduct Awareness Talks and Camps in your area