CANCER Is CONQUERABLE – A Debate On 4th February 2017, World Cancer Day | 4 Feb, 2017

CANCER Is CONQUERABLE – A Debate On 4th February 2017, World Cancer Day

On World Cancer Day, on Saturday, while many chose to highlight latest innovations and diagnostic techniques to treat the disease, some experts from the city decided to put focus on vaccines that can prevent cancers – Hepatitis B and human papillomavirus (HPV). While Hepatitis B viral infection can cause liver cancer and cirrhosis (abnormal liver condition), HPV is known to cause cervical cancer among women.Both these cancers are, however, preventable through vaccines. Yet, the cancer burden of the two diseases is huge with Hepatitis B infection showing a prevalence rate of more than 3 per cent among people.Cervical cancer, meanwhile, contributes approximately 6-29 per cent of all cancers among women.caretakers. ….

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Cancer Awareness Flash Mob At Sujana Forum Mall | 4 Feb 2016

Cancer Awareness Flash Mob At Sujana Forum Mall

Apollo Cancer Hospital conducted a flash mob to raise awareness about cancer and ways to combat the disease with the theme, We can. I can.

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Cancer Awareness Fashion Show | 4 Feb, 2013

Cancer Awareness Fashion Show

On occasion of World Cancer Day, the Apollo Cancer Hospital and CURE Foundation organized a “Cancer Awareness Fashion Show Program” on 4th February 2013 at Apollo Cancer Hospital, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. The dazzling show with the theme of cancer prevention had students from top fashion institutes in the city -National Institute Of Fashion Design (NIFD);….

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Feb, 2012

Cancer Awareness Flash Mob At Prasad’s | 4 Feb, 2012

Cancer Awareness Flash Mob At Prasad’s

Apollo Cancer Hospital and CURE Foundation organised a ‘Smart Mob’ at Prasad’s IMAX Theatre to spread cancer awareness among youngsters on World Cancer Day, 4th 2012. The slogan “Cancer is preventable, detectable early and curable” was coined to encourage regular health chekcups. Several doctors, nurses from Apollo Cancer Hospital February…

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Feb, 2012

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World Cancer Day 2011 | 4 Feb 2011

World Cancer Day 2011

The Cancer Awareness Program held by Apollo Hospital was highly appreciated and extensively covered by the media. While addressing the media during the event, Dr. Vijay Reddy said, “I think we need to form committees with like-minded, dedicated members who can take these ideas forward on a long-term basis in coordination with existing National Bodies.

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