Akola: 03 June: – Organizing breast cancer and uterine cancer inspection camp. Between June 1 and June 10, Rotary Club of Akola Central has been organized. The special case is that through the Mammography mobile bus, there will be inspection camps at various places in the city. Guardian Minister Dr.Ranjit Patil appealed to take benefit of this camp, which will provide mammography (breast cancer special inspection) services in breast cancer and uterine cancer screening camp.
He was speaking at the inauguration ceremony of breast cancer and uterine cancer testing camp organized by Rotary Club organized at Pramilatai Oak Hall. Director of Medical Education and Research Dr. Prvin Shinagare, Dr. Aparna Patil, Government Medical College Dean, Dr. Ajay Kewalia, District Surgeon Dr. Rajkumar Chavan, Dr. Rajesh Karkarekar, former MLA Dr. Jagannath Dhone, former mayor of Haryana, Mr. Harish Alimchandani , Dr. Ashok Thambumbhe, Gopi Thakre, Ashish Purekar were present.
The details of the camp are as follows. D June 1 – Female hospital, Durga chowk Akola, dt. June 2 – Mangalam Sarij, New Radhikishan Plot, June 3 – G. S. Convent, Behind Post Office, June 4 – Rotary Club of Akola, Midtown Station, Shastri Nagar, June 5- Gurunanak Vidyalaya, Sindhi Camp, Dec. 6th June – Mahavir Mitra Mandal, Ambil Bhawan New Radhikshan Plot, dt. June 7: Dr.Harbhajan Khan, Khan Hospital, Das Bazar, Akola, dt. 8th June – Smile HR R Foundation And Women Wings, IMA Hall, In front of Aarti, dt. 9th June – Maheshwari Bhawan, New Radhikishan, Plot, dt. June 10 – Van for Rotarian Gurkhak Road, Akola.
Breast cancer is increasing day by day. One out of every 8 women is likely to have breast cancer. About 8 percent of all women worldwide die due to breast cancer. But breast cancer can be cured completely if it is diagnosed early.
Pap smear test uterine cancer is the first cancer in women in our country. India has the largest number of women who died of cervical cancer. It is possible to get a diagnosis of pap precautions. All the women below 35 years of age should complete this examination. For the above reasons, Rotary Club of Akola has developed a special cellular cancer cell called Breast cancer. Both buses will be checked as per the requirement. The bus will be set up in different parts of the city. However, the Rotary Club of Akola Central has appealed to all women to take advantage of this camp. For more information contact: Project Incharge: Rotarian Kunal Ladda Mob: 9 370388336, Rotarian Gopal Jhunjhunwala Mob: 9 822222 9217, President Dinesh Parekh Mob: 9 423428677, Bhavesh Thakkar Mob: 9 8226 9 6147.