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Cycle Race and Walk Raise Breast Cancer Awareness in Shaukat Khanum Hospital Peshawar

The event conveyed a crucial message to all women – dedicating just five minutes each day to self-examination can aid in the early detection of breast cancer, significantly improving the chances of successful treatment.

by TNN Editor - 21 Oct, 2023 1510
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In a collaborative effort between Shaukat Khanum Hospital Peshawar, the Pakistan Cycling Federation, and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cycling Association, supported by the Directorate General of Sports and various organizations, a bicycle race and awareness walk were conducted to shed light on breast cancer.

Notable attendees included Captain (R) Khalid Mehmood, Director General of Sports Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Syed Azhar Ali Shah, President of Pakistan Cycling Federation, Anwar Khan, CO of PIMS Education System, Nisar Ahmed, former President of Provincial Cycling Association, and Syed Shayan Ali, Provincial President, alongside Secretary Muhammad Ali and other distinguished figures.

At Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital, female college students and cyclists united to participate in the cycle race and awareness walk, aiming to disseminate knowledge about breast cancer among women.

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The event conveyed a crucial message to all women – dedicating just five minutes each day to self-examination can aid in the early detection of breast cancer, significantly improving the chances of successful treatment.

Following the cycling rally, a grand ceremony was held. During this occasion, the Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital presented shields and certificates to the participants, recognizing their dedicated efforts to raise awareness about breast cancer.