Breast Cancer Screening

“Prevention is better than cure”

Breast Cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer among women today, globally as well as in India.

1 woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every 4 minutes

1 woman dies due to breast cancer every 13 minutes.

50% is the mortality rate of women who get diagnosed with breast cancer. Screening can reduce mortality by catching the disease early. With such high incidence and prevalence, have you screened for breast cancer?

Not just elder women, In India, a higher proportion of younger women are prey to the disease in India as compared to the west.

Healium.io brings to you BREST ASSURED, a Breast Cancer Screening Programme with NIRAMAI – Non-Invasive Risk Assessment with Machine Intelligence.

This technology deals with the traditional challenges of detection and screening programmes.

Whom are we targeting ?

Healthcare Providers: to deploy mass screening or organise camps at OPDs. And for Corporates, Housing Societies, NGOs, PPP Projects, to organize for the women in their ecosystems !

Rest assured with #brestassured. Book now !

What are the problems with breast cancer screening in India?

Shortage of Human Resources, Shortage of Diagnostic Instruments, Efficacy of Screening Test, Cost of Screening Test, Risk of False Positives, Low Mammography Sensitivity, Low Ultrasonography Sensitivity, Lack of Trained Professionals, Non-standard Interpretation of Ultrasound, Dense Indian Breasts, Lack of Awareness, Ignorance, Lack of Priority, Lack of Patient Pathways, Painful.

How is NIRAMAI resolving these problems?

Growing Incidence & Threat of Breast Cancer

Only the tip of the iceberg is the prevalence of BC consistently rising. This growing burden is a result of numerous underlying issues. Nearly 60% of BC cases in India are discovered in the third or fourth stages of the illness. The majority of patients only visit the hospital when a big palpable mass or secondary changes like local skin or chest wall changes are evident. Due to their domestic duties, women often ignore small symptoms and wait until they are intolerable before visiting the hospital. Lack of knowledge about the illness, particularly in rural regions, is another factor that can be responsible for the late presentation. Sadly, 49% of healthcare staff exhibit this lack of knowledge of the BC risk factors and early detection techniques.

Please share your details for the Breast Cancer Screening

If yes, you should strongly consider this screening at your premises once a year. We need a minimum of 30 females to organize a camp. If lesser, we can do a home screening.

Check our breast cancer blogs below:

cancer screening

Cancer is a broad phrase. It describes how disease arises from uncontrolled cell growth and division brought on by biological changes. While some cancer types stimulate quick cell proliferation, others induce cells to grow and divide more slowly than others. While some malignancies, such as leukaemia, may not result in the development of visible tumours, others, such as carcinoma, may.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru once famously said that “if you educate a man you educate an individual, however, if you educate a woman you educate a whole family.”

Similarly, if you make a man healthy, he tries to become healthy, if you make a woman healthy, you healthify the whole family.