CARE Hospitals Hitech City organized a Cyclothon to create awareness about Cancer today. The event was flagged off by Deputy Commissioner of Police-Madhapur K. Shilpavalli, and Dr. A.M.V.R. Narendra, HOD Hematology and BMT marking World Cancer awareness month. The 12 -KM long Cycle Rally began at CARE Hospitals Hitech City till Hyderabad Central University and culminated at CARE Hospitals Hitech City. The event was attended by Mr. Rajeev Chourey, HCOO, CARE Hospitals Hitech City, Dr. Sudha Sinha, HOD of CARE Cancer Institute Dr. AMVR. Narendra, Dr. Satish Pawar, Senior Surgical Oncologist , CARE Hospitals, Hyderabad.
Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner of Police-Madhapur K. Shilpavalli said, “This Cyclothon showcases the unwavering determination of our community to overcome cancer. The enthusiastic participation of citizens is a symbol of hope. I am honored to support CARE Hospitals in their pursuit to defeat this disease.”
CARE Hospitals strives to enhance cancer literacy and education among the public. The spokesperson highlighted that leading a dynamic lifestyle and adopting nutritious dietary practices are fundamental to overall health. As a leading healthcare provider, CARE Hospitals delivers exceptional clinical results in cancer treatment and offers a comprehensive range of services that cover all aspects of cancer care, from prevention to treatment and rehabilitation.
Mr. Rajeev Chourey emphasized the importance of cycling. “Cycling helps to curb harmful habits such as smoking and tobacco use, which are major contributors to cancer. Therefore, he encouraged everyone to cycle daily and to promote safe cycling practices. Additionally, he urged parents to inspire their children to cycle regularly and to give them a bicycle as a birthday gift, as it would promote their overall health and well-being,” he said.
Dr. Sudha Sinha said, “Every year, thousands of new cancer cases are reported with a high mortality rate. Unfortunately, 60% of these cases are diagnosed in the advanced stages due to a lack of public awareness. To combat cancer, we must work together to increase awareness and educate people. Early detection is key to successful treatment, and we at CARE have witnessed individuals who have successfully overcome cancer through early detection.”
CARE Hospitals provides comprehensive, 360-degree cancer care and top-notch multi-specialty tertiary care. Their comprehensive treatment plan includes a Tumour Board of expert medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists and diagnostic specialists. This board reviews all cases and collaboratively determines the best course of treatment for each patient.
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