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Bliss Foundation launches its unique ‘Touch Feel and Do’ Workshop to create breast and cervical cancer awareness! All things, big and small, begin with an idea. Touch Feel and Do workshop was conceived as we sat across a table. It started with the questions Are we doing enough? Are we doing right? Do the ladies we talk to understand what we are trying to tell them? Do they know what to look for? What should alert them? And then the realisation dawned, that when we talked to them, they absorbed a few things here and there. They surely could not piece it together. We had do something different to create a lasting impression....while the thoughts flew back and forth, the idea of a dummy with all possible presentations of breast cancer came up. The dummy was acquired by the tireless efforts of Reva and what started as a thought began to take shape.We wanted the ladies to touch the dummy breasts, to feel what cancer may be like and to do it on their own selves. A pre lecture questionnaire followed by the lecture, a post lecture questionnaire and then a Touch Feel demo completed the workshop The results quite amazing... from ignorance to empowerment in a matter of an hour and a half- the duration of the workshop. We are on a roll after the stupendous success of yesterday’s program where the Touch Feel and Do Workshop was formally launched with the blessings of BK Sister Shivani. We have done 10 and with more doctors and volunteers joining us, we hope to complete 30 this year. With the kind of love and support we are receiving, there is no stopping us now! A big hug to the Crusaders who made this happen- Nidhi Agarwal, Reva Kumar, Meenu Madan, Dr Swasti, Dr Neerja Gupta, Dr Mallika Agarwal, Dr Smriti Neha, Ms Payal, Vijayaji, Ruby, Saloni, Anju, Kalpana, Shivani, Smita, and the young Turks Navya, Ansh and all the volunteers .....you have every reason to be proud of yourself!💖 Jaadoo ki jhappi for the unsung heroes who work selflessly for the cause- Karuna, Esther, Deepta, Rituparna, Archanaji and Mrs Solanki. You help us dream bigger!💖 A big thank you to all those who attended the program and believed in us!
Swelling on the same arm( lymphedema) as the operated breast is a real possibility in patients of breast cancer who have had lymph nodes removed from the armpit. To learn all that is there to know about lymphedema......preventive measures, exercises, hands on bandaging techniques etc will be discussed with the expert in an interactive workshop on 7th Feb 2015 from 11am to 4pm at Max Cancer Centre, Max Hospital, Patparganj. Please do not miss this opportunity! For further details, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head, Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre, Max Hospital, Patparganj
Conducted the fourth in a series of Breast and Cervical Cancer awareness workshop at Janki Devi college for women. This workshop was for the faculty. Came back with the feeling that awareness comes from taking time out for oneself, feeling, touching, being breast aware. Education is not always empowering, it can actually work against you by planting a firm sense of denial in you!
Upcoming event at Max Cancer Centre, Patparganj... THE LYMPHEDEMA(post breast surgery arm swelling) WORKSHOP- on 7th Feb, 2015, from 11am to 4am. All are welcome. Registration is free.Mrs Mamta Goenka, the expert will address all your problems and share her expertise.Please share this info with all your friends.... For details please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head, Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre Patparganj
The Lymphedema Workshop on 7.2.15 conducted by the indefatigable Mrs Mamta Goenka, had a very attentive audience. Everyone returned with a feeling of accomplishment and truly empowered to deal with lymphedema!!
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