Telemedecine platform, Sehat Kahani conducted I CAN-CER VIVE, an event to honour breast cancer survivors and raise awareness about Breast Cancer in Pakistan where 1 in 9 women become patients of breast cancer.The event, held at the Bitish High Commission, was graced by the Health Minister Sindh-Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho,Ex-secretary health,Dr Fazallulah Pechuho and Mike Nithavrianakis- Britain’s Deputy High Commissioner in Karachi.Mike Nithavrianakis appreciated Sehat Kahani’s effort in playing a role to increase awareness through its telemedicine platform.Dr Sara Saeed Khurram,CEO Sehat Kahani emphasised that Sehat Kahani’s vision is to provide quality and affordable healthcare to patients using its telemedicine solution across Pakistan.Treating more than half a million patients till date all over Pakistan, Sehat Kahani will expand its services to include breast cancer awareness screening programs,training of doctors and nurses to diagnose early signs and facilitate breast cancer specialist consultations at subsidised cost on all its platforms.The event honoured 5 breast cancer survivors highlighting their struggle through a video documentary and presenting them a token of resilience.
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