Main objectives of these cervical screening camps are:
The target group for these screening camps is women aged 30-60 years, which is the most appropriate age for cancer screening.
- • To improve awareness about cervical cancer, the most common cancer in India
- • To improve awareness about general good health-seeking behavior, nutrition etc.
- • To carry out screening for precancerous and cancerous cervical lesions by Pap Smear.
- • To treat minor gynaecological complaints.
- • To facilitate hospital visit for women detected to be screen positive and complete treatment as required
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The exclusivity of these camps are not just screening but to improve awareness about general good health-seeking behavior, nutrition and about cervical and breast cancer - the two most common cancers in India, helping women to learn self-techniques of breast examination and also further teach other women and daughters in the family. Further, Kalyanmayee shallfacilitate the treatment of those women who have been detected to be screen positive as suggested by doctors' team in local Government Hospitals. In the series of camps across the country, a screening camp was organizedon 16th December, 2017 inChakkarpur village at Gurugram in the august presence of Kalyanmayee members and doctors' teamsfrom AOGIN, wherein 102 ladies from the underprivileged section of society were screened for cervical cancer.