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Empowering Lives: Nadkarni Medical Foudation ‘s Impactful World Cancer Day Event. 4th February 2024

04TH FEBRUARY 2024

SUNDAY –  TIMING : 10.00AM ONWARDS

VENUE : VASUDHARA DAIRY, NATIONAL HIGHWAY 8 , CHIKHLI, THALA, GUJARAT.

WORLD CANCER DAY – FREE CHECKUP CAMP

Dr. Akshay Nadkarni – Director & MS Onco Surgeon & Dr. Aditi Nadkarni MD Obs- Gynecc IVF Infertility Specialist has addressed us with their  knowledge to educate our society on WORLD CANCER DAY – To detect cancer at an early stage, all eligible people need to participate in screenings. certain barriers affect attendance rates among disadvantaged groups, such as low income, mental health disorders, and different ethnic groups. Breast cancer is the most common cancer for women. Screening is done to detect the disease early in asymptomatic women, in an attempt to achieve an earlier diagnosis and lower mortality. Different screening tests are used for breast cancer screening, including clinical and self-examination of the breasts, mammography, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Mammography is the standard method for breast cancer screening. This method is reported to give a 40% reduction in the risk of dying from the disease Breasts with less fat and more fibrous tissue are known as dense breasts, they are a risk factor for breast cancer. The tissue makes it harder to find tumors while doing a mammogram, therefore MRI screening is proposed to supplement the mammogram in these patients. Cervical cancer is the 4th most common cancer for women with an estimated 340,000 deaths according to the World Health Organization (WHO). HPV disease is the leading cause of cervical cancer, therefore making the HPV vaccine the primary prevention measure for the cancer. Screening with the (Pap) test is consequently the second measure of prevention. Prostate cancer was estimated to be the second leading cause of death by cancer in the US in 2018.There are different methods used in screening for prostate cancer prostate biopsy, prostate-specific antigen testing (PSA  have recommendations for breast, cervical, colorectal and lung cancer as these have evidence-based screening methods. For the general population other cancers don’t have recommended screenings, but for people with risk factors known to be associated with a specific cancer there are screenings available.

  1. Zehan Irani – BDS – DENTIST has addressed the society about oral hygiene and dental treatments. Oral cancer, also known as mouth cancer, is a cancerof the lining of the lips, mouth, or upper throat.]In the mouth, it most commonly starts as a painless white patch, that thickens, develops red patches, an ulcer, and continues to grow. When on the lips, it commonly looks like a persistent crusting ulcer that does not heal, and slowly grows. Other symptoms may include difficult or painful swallowing, new lumps or bumps in the neck, a swelling in the mouth, or a feeling of numbness in the mouth or lips. Treatments used for oral cancer can include a combination of surgery (to remove the tumor and regional lymph nodes), radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. The types of treatments will depend on the size, locations, and spread of the cancer taken into consideration with the general health of the person.

 

Core Team Lead for  Health Checkup Camp “WORLD CANCER DAY”

 

  • Akshay nadkarni
  • Aditi Nadkarni
  • Zehan Irani
  • Asha
  • Dinesh Baldaniya
  • Aastha & other Fellow’s.

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