The Sharana Breast Cancer Relief & Research Foundation is a non-profit, philanthropic, non-governmental organization whose mission is to support women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer during this challenging time in their lives. With a reputation for expertise and cutting-edge technology, the foundation is devoted entirely to breast cancer research and medication in Chennai. The research foundation's mission statement says that anyone who has possibly curable breast cancer who is economically disadvantaged is a beneficiary. Thousands of women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, as we witness. It affects not just those diagnosed with the condition but also their family and friends. Many women do not have access to timely, adequate medical advice and counselling, and the problem is exacerbated when someone is disadvantaged due to their socioeconomic or educational position. The foundation believes that every woman has a right to high-quality breast cancer therapy that can save her life," They have three separate support groups at Sharana, Every two weeks, and small groups meet: focus on themes such as lymphedema care and post-surgery and therapy precautions and warnings. Second Saturday of the month, from 2:15 to 4:15 p.m., a big group gathering is held: Dr Selvi Radhakrishna and other resource individuals gave speeches and dispelled doubts. Engel Utsav is an annual gathering that includes panel talks, contests, and activities. pathology institution with a sense of humor and a bio-repository According to the Ministry of Health, the incidence of breast cancer in women is anticipated to grow to 35 per 100,000 by 2026. Because most of the knowledge comes from studies of western populations, contemporary research in India has grown difficult. As a result, it begs the question of whether conclusions based on a west population can be applied to Indian women. A dedicated breast cancer pathology laboratory and a biobanking facility to store fresh frozen FFPE blocks are being proposed to promote optimal treatment and research. The foundation also has a dedicated team of counsellors who will provide information and instruction about the operation to help patients overcome their treatment worries. provide advice on how to deal with therapy with an emphasis on moral support for patients and families.
RemarksEligibility: Provides treatment to Breast cancer patients