Pink walk by Lions Club of Pataliputra Aastha and Sun Hospital to create awareness on Breast cancer

Pink walk was organized on Sunday by Lions Club of Pataliputra Aastha and Sun Hospital. About 400 people participated in it. Everyone walked from Pataliputra Colony Golambar to Sai Temple to make people aware about breast cancer. Club President Manoj Kumar said that since breast cancer is the symbolic color pink, all the pinks were in dressage. All had pink caps on their heads and pink ribbons around their neck. Together they had different slogans related to cancer in their hands. At the same time, Dr. Rajesh Goswami, an expert in cancer disease, was advising common people about cancer through mike.

He said that breast cancer is the most common among the ladies. Its number is increasing day by day. From them, the ladies learned about the early symptoms of breast cancer, ways to avoid it, its investigation, etc. In addition to the common people, fifty doctors from the city also attended the Pink Walk. In this, Dr. Vinita Trivedi

, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Singh, Dr. VP Singh, Dr. Pritanjali Singh, Dr. Diwakar Tejaswi, Dr. Reema Goswami etc. also told people about various aspects of cancer. Educationist Kumar Arunodaya said that apart from Lions Club, people from organizations like Rotary Club, Menopausal Society Bihar, Savera Cancer Hospital etc. also participated in this walk. In the end, everyone got together and flew a pink balloon. It was written on ‘Cancer Awareness is very important’.

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