Cancer awareness Program – Manage Health Foundation 13 September, 2018

A Cancer Awareness Program was organized under the banner of Manage Health Foundation and Cancer Care India in partnership with 7 Gujarat NCC Battalion at Law Garden NCC headquarter campus in Ahmedabad. The program started at 10.30 am with a welcome address by Col. Sandeep K Singh, 7 Guj. NCC Bn. Mehsana, at the NCC headquarters, Law Garden, Ahmedabad. He introduced Prof. J. D. Patel (Senior Oncologist) who then talked to the cadets. He largely focused on the types of common cancers. He also mentioned causes and management of cancer at length. For the benefit of the cadets he talked in Gujarati and Hindi so that all of them could easily understand him. It was a very useful and simple way in which he translated important information required by anyone and everyone, for the young cadets of 7 Gujarat NCC Battalion, Mehsana. He made it interactive by calling the cadets on stage and encouraging them to raise cancer related queries to him. He provided answers to all the queries to the satisfaction of all in built with a good humour. All the cadets, staff and the Commanding officer found it useful. He divided is speech in three parts in terms of Cancer is preventable, cancer is curable and cancer is treatable. He very nicely explained CAUTION which reflects C- Change in bowel or bladder habits A- A sore that does not heal U- Unusual bleeding or discharge T- Thickening or lump in the breast or elsewhere I- Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing O- Obvious change in a wart or mole N- Nagging cough or hoarseness. 291 cadets participated in the program. A vote of thanks was delivered by Mr. Rajesh Sharma from Manage Health Foundation, who thanked Dr. Jayesh Patel and Col. Sandeep Singh and also appreciated the cadets for their participation. Tea and snacks were served by Col. Sandeep Singh for the guests. A video and some picture of the event were captured which are attached

Cancer awareness Program – Manage Health Foundation 14 September, 2018

A Cancer Awareness Program was organized under the banner of Manage Health Foundation and Cancer Care India in partnership with 7 Gujarat NCC Battalion at Law Garden NCC headquarter campus in Ahmedabad. The program started at 10.30 am with a welcome address by Col. Sandeep K Singh, 7 Guj. NCC Bn. Mehsana, at the NCC headquarters, Law Garden, Ahmedabad. He introduced Dr. Anjana Chauhan (Senior Oncologist) who then talked to the girl cadets. She largely focused on the types of common cancers among women specifically Breast cancer and ovarian cancer. She mentioned causes and management of cancer at length. For the benefit of the cadets he talked in Gujarati and Hindi so that all of them could easily understand him. It was a very useful and simple way in which he translated important information required by anyone and everyone, for the young senior wing girl cadets of 7 Gujarat NCC Battalion, Mehsana. She made it interactive by asking common questions to the cadets and encouraging them to raise cancer related queries to him. He provided answers to all the queries to the satisfaction of all. She then had one to one interaction with them as some of them wanted to discuss privately some of the sensitive issues related to them. All the cadets and staff found it useful. Mrs. Kashmira Thaker, volunteer from Manage Health Foundation also attended the program. 149 cadets participated in the program. A vote of thanks was delivered by Mr. Jayendra Rathore from Manage Health Foundation, who thanked Dr. Anjana Patel and Col. Sandeep Singh and also appreciated the cadets for their participation. Tea and snacks were served by Col. Sandeep Singh for the guests. A video and some picture of the event were captured which are attached. A certificate of appreciation was presented to Col. Sandeep Singh, 7 Guj. NCC Bn. Mehsana by Dr. Anjana Patel. Certificate of participation were given to the cadets.

16th All India Conference & General Body Meeting Of Cancer Care India

We are pleased to invite your organization to participate in the 16th All India Conference of Cancer Care India to be held at the "Art of Living International Centre, Bangalore", during from 7th to 9th December, 2018 (Fri - Sun, two and half days). Cancer Care India (CACI) is a non-profit registered society and the apex body of voluntary Cancer Support Groups in India. This was formed on 26th Nov. 2000 with an aim to promote cancer care activities in India

Pink Ribbon ART Festival

Pink Ribbon Art Festival organized in association with Indian Society of Oncology (ISO) & Breast Cancer Foundation - India at Manav Rachna International Institute, Faridabad on 10th March 2018. More than 1500 participants joined hands and picked up brushes to support the Cause of Cancer Awareness