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A Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Was Held To Raise Awareness

(CTN News) – As part of its commitment to promoting early detection and prompt treatment of breast cancer, the Institute of Nuclear Medicine, Oncology and Radiotherapy (INOR) in Abbottabad has organized an awareness walk and a ceremony to raise awareness in the public about the importance of early detection and prompt treatment.

The event was organized by a team of doctors, students, and Pink Ribbon, a prominent breast cancer awareness organisation, in order to coincide with the national tradition of celebrating October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

As part of the event, an awareness walk was held, which culminated in a formal ceremony that was held at INOR as the culmination of the event, which consisted of a formal ceremony and a formal presentation.

On the occasion, all diagnostic tests that are necessary to diagnose this disease were offered for free, which marked a significant step forward in the outreach of healthcare services.

There was a number of guest speakers present at the ceremony, including Dr Nasim Begum, a renowned breast cancer expert, and Dr Masood Riaz, Director of INOR, who spoke about the importance of early intervention and timely diagnosis in preventing breast cancer.

As the overarching goal of this breast cancer awareness campaign is to advocate for regular screenings in order to eventually lower the mortality rate among women who are affected by this modern disease, it is the overarching goal of this campaign.

It is estimated that more than 100,000 new cases of breast cancer are reported worldwide every year, which makes it one of the leading causes of death in women around the world. However, early detection and timely treatment are the keys to effectively combating breast cancer.

It was announced by the INOR director that as part of its mission, cancer screenings, such as mammography, sonography and ultrasound biopsy tests, were provided free of charge in October as part of INOR’s mission.

The fact is that screening is often one of the first crucial steps in combating this disease, and it holds the promise that it has the potential of saving countless lives as a result of the screening.

It is thanks to prompt medical intervention that a large number of women, who suffered from breast cancer and are now living healthy lives as a result of prompt medical intervention, were able to attend the event and participate in the festivities.

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