Accounting for 14% of all cancers in Indian and reported every 4 minutes, breast cancer is today amongst the most common type of cancer in women. Not only that, its incidence is on the rise both in rural and urban India. But there's good news. Age-standardized mortality in high-income countries have been coming down steadily. Breast cancer treatment can deliver higher effective outcomes : When detected early, survival probabilities can reach 90% or more. The world health Organization (WHO) has defined and deployed its global goal to bring down breast cancer related mortality by 2.5% annually, thereby hoping to avert 2.5 million breast cancer deaths globally between 2020 and 2040.
VOH INTERVENES WITH BREAST CANCER MONTH CAMPAIGN
Voice of Healthcare – in association with Viatris - will be organizing a month long online campaign during BREAST CANCER.
The virtual event – which will be designed in the form of power panel discussions, Q&A sessions and One-on-Ones, amongst other formats - will be attended by government dignitaries and top Key Opinion Leaders of India who will be sharing their views & expert thoughts through exclusive interviews.