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AOI, ASCOMS organize free cancer screening awareness camp at GDC Billawar
11/28/2022 10:49:43 PM
Early Times Report
BILLAWAR, Nov 28: American Oncology Institute (AOI), ASCOMS Hospital Jammu in collaboration with Govt. Degree College Billawar today organized a free cancer screening and awareness camp in association with World Cancer Care at Govt. Degree College Billawar. In the cancer screening camp, more than 250 patients were screened and examined by Dr. Surbhi Kudyar (Surgical Oncologist) from AOI Jammu.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Neeraj Bishnoi, Regional COO, AOI, "Besides conducting screening tests at the camp, we wanted to educate and create awareness about early detection in the public. The key to surviving cancer is early diagnosis and prevention. With this camp, American Oncology Institute aims to motivate people and urge regular screening. We are committed to offering best-in-class clinical expertise, technological superiority, and service excellence for patients in the Jammu & Kashmir region. AOI is the first and only exclusive Cancer Hospital in Jammu offering precision cancer care."
Those present at the camp were Gopal Basotra (Chairman Muncipal Commitee Billawar), Ashok Kumar (BDC Chairman), Dr. Harbinder Singh (BMO Billawar), Dr. Abhimanyu Singh also graced the occasion. As part of the organising team of the mega camp, Aditya Sabharwal, Regional Head (North) Marketing for AOI and Vigat Chandan, Manager Marketing AOI Jammu were also present along with the nursing and medical team of AOI Jammu and World Cancer Care.
AOI and World Cancer Care team offered free tests and services like Mammography, Bone Densitometry, Pap Smear, PSA, and other lab tests along with free Oncology, Gynaecology, and general consultation at the camp. More than 250 patients were screened at this mega oncology and cancer screening camp in Billawar where 4 buses cum mobile medical vans were present. The team from AOI Jammu also informed that other such camps will also be organised in different cities and districts of Jammu regularly now after every three months in others parts of the UT also, so that maximum people are made aware and screened for cancer as early detection can help increase the chances of survival and treatment success in cancer patients.
Aditya Sabharwal, Regional Marketing Head (North) said that in its continued efforts to bring in the most advanced technology in Cancer Care to the region, AOI Jammu is installing one of the most advanced Radiotherapy Machine, HALCYON E at AOI Jammu unit and it will be the first ever such machine installed in the whole of Jammu & Kashmir. He also said that AOI Jammu is empanelled under Ayushman Bharat Scheme and is doing free of cost treatment regularly under this scheme in AOI Jammu.
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