The participants were also able to clear all their doubts in the informative sessions conducted at the hospital
MUMBAI, Mar 9 (The CONNECT) - Zynova Shalby Hospital has conducted screening for over 150 women on the occasopn of the International Women’s Day yesterday. The hospital Organised an interactive session on a healthy lifestyle and diet for women, more than 450 free consultations were given by Physician, Orthopaedic, Gynaecologist, Breast onco Surgeon, Dermatologist and Dental surgeon.
The screening included oral, cervical and breast cancer, thyroid test, diabetes, dental, Pap smear, lipid profile, liver and kidney functioning.
Reny Varghese, CAO of Zynova Shalby Multi-Speciality Hospitals Said, “Women neglect their own health and prioritise their family and work. They try to strike a work-life balance with efficiency. But, women are often stressed and lead a sedentary lifestyle that raises the risk for diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, orthopaedic issues and even cancer. Breast, cervical and ovarian cancer are known to cause higher morbidity and mortality rates in women across the country. To help women improve their quality of life, Zynova Shalby Hospital has taken a huge step by screening 150 women. The were participants explained about cancer screening, treatment and care. The participants were also able to clear all their doubts in the informative sessions conducted at the hospital. All the participants pledged to stay fit and take utmost care of their well-being during the programme.”