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    International Women’s Day

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    International Women’s Day

    Hyderabad: As component of the International Women’s Day celebrations, a wellness screening programme for women faculty at Osmania University was held here on Monday.

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    A public lecture was organised on malignant disease awareness, gamble factors, precautions to be taken to forestall malignant disease onset by Dr. Jaya Latha, Senior Professor and Director, MNJ Institute of Oncology and Regional Cancer Centre, Hyderabad. The programme was organised in collaboration with Telangana Diagnostics and MNJ Institute of Oncology and Regional Cancer Centre. It was inaugurated by Health and Family Welfare Commissioner Shwetha Mohanty.

    Congratulating women on the Women’s Day, Swetha Mohanty said women often disregard their own health and cave in precedence to their kin members. Despite showing proficiency in all their roles, women were trying to bring into balance or equilibrium kin in epoch. The oeuvre and kin bring into balance or equilibrium was creating emphasize and change one thing for another in lifestyle. Stress and altered lifestyle were the greater in scope or effect gamble factors for most diseases be fond of diabetes, malignant disease, cardiovascular problems and orthopaedic issues.

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    Doctors said there are sure health issues that are affecting women owed to gender specific metabolism, menstrual cycles, pregnancy, menopause. Women’s health is a greater in scope or effect feeling of sympathy in families as they are the of first rank or importance or value caregivers of children and elders.

    This is the initial of its programme in the entire discipline that interprets past events of OU. A squad of applying to most members of a category physicians, gynaecologists, radiologists, oncologists, dentists, pathologists along with lab technicians, personnel nurses and not the same supporting personnel, was involved in the programme.

    The health pack included of or involving the mouth, cervical and bosom malignant disease screening, tests relating to thyroid, diabetes, organ and bean-shaped excretory organ functioning, lipid profiles which are greater in scope or effect gamble factors for cardiovascular diseases, having every necessary part visual representation to name anaemia and not the same blood-related problems, identifying the nutritional deficiencies be fond of calcium, B12, D. It also included identity papers of gynaecological/reproductive health problems by looking at having every necessary part vitrine discipline that interprets past events and ultrasound scanning.

    During the programme the participants had opportunity to interact with clinicians and elucidate theirs and their kin members’ health issues. All programme coordinators and teaching faculty attended. A damage beyond the point of repair of 150 women availed the opportunity.

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