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[Webinar] Are we on track to reduce breast cancer deaths by 1/3 by 2030?

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Published on Dec 20, 2016

This is the recording of a webinar in lead up to World Cancer Day 2017, on breast cancer related issues. Breast cancer is the most common, killer cancer in women. 'Men have breasts too' and less than 1% of breast cancer occur in men. Transgender people also get impacted with breast cancer as panelists shared. If urgent measures are not taken, in next decade: 19.7 million cases of breast cancer will occur and 5.8 million women will die. But governments have promised to deliver on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, one of which is to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like breast cancer by one-third.

PANEL OF EXPERTS AND CANCER SURVIVOR:

* Priya Kanayson, Advocacy Officer, NCD Alliance, NY

* Dr Pooja Ramakant, Associate Professor, Department of Endocrine and Breast Surgery, King George's Medical University (KGMU) and Editorial Board member, Indian Association of Endocrine Surgeons (IAES)

* Prof Anand Mishra, Head of the Department of Endocrine and Breast Surgery, KGMU

* Bret Miller, 6 years breast-cancer-survivor and founder of Male Breast Cancer Coalition

* Ashok Ramsarup, Award winning senior journalist from Durban, South Africa; formerly Program Producer, SABC Lotus FM; and Webinar Moderator

* Shobha Shukla, CNS Managing Editor and webinar co-Moderator (Chief Editor of 3 editions of lung cancer scientific publications of IASLC Asia Pacific Lung Cancer Conference 2016)

For more information on this webinar, go to: www.bit.ly/breastcancer2016

CNS Webinars Team
Email: webinar@citizen-news.org
Website: www.citizen-news.org

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