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CISF women officers educated about menstrual hygiene, breast cancer

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The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) women officers deputed in Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) were educated about menstrual and oral hygiene and  breast cancer in a health camp organized in Delhi on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

The health camp was organized by UE LifeSciences, a technology enabled medical devices company, in partnership with Indian Dental Association and ATTAC (Aim to Terminate Tobacco and Cancer Society).

Dr. Sumedha Kushwaha, Public Health Expert, UE LifeSciences, said, “India accounts for the third highest number of cancer cases among women, after China and the US. We at UE LifeSciences, realize that it is very critical for women to regularly undergo cancer examination, in order to detect breast cancer at an early stage.”

Dr Kushwaha informed that UE LifeSciences has developed iBreastExam, an FDA approved medical device that helps in painless, radiation free and quick detection of breast cancer. It doesn’t require specialized doctors to do the screening and can be operated by any health care worker.”

Dr Kushwaha assured that the device will ensure early detection of breast cancer becomes a ground reality, and many valuable lives are saved.

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