Lack of early diagnosis of breast cancer may kill 76,000 Indian women in a year by 2020. Plus, the average age of death from the disease has shifted from 50 to 30 years
October 30, 2018
More shocking facts about cancer are that India has a 71% mortality rate and only 0.04% of sufferers will access morphine to relieve pain in the last stages of the disease. Women in Need (WIN) can also add that over 90% of the women we encounter with cancer are left by their husbands following diagnosis. The result is that many struggle without emotional, financial or medical assistance.
In addition to our current cancer screening programs in Nagpur, we are providing free, safe and discrete breast screening for women in the villages of Wardha with the use of the iBreastExam (featured in an earlier blog post).
For every life saved there will be one less woman suffering a painful and lonely death.
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