Wednesday, January 28, 2009

News- Amar Ujala


cutting of News publish in Amar Ujala newspaper 21.1.09.

Warm Rgds,
JS Agarwal
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Moradabad - 244001
UP, India
Ph : 91.591.2496583
Fx : 91.591.2492583
Cell: 91.9937050906
Email : bhartihan@bsnl.in

Breast Self Examination Video

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

I CAN WIN Cancer Awareness with Marwari Yuva Manch 20.1.09

INDIAN CANCER WINNERS’ ASSOCIATION
A mission to “Win over Cancer”
(A Unit of I Can Win Foundation) Regd. Office: D-10/54, Sec-7, Rohini, New Delhi– 110085
Tel: +9111-27933358. icanwinassociation@gmail.com
www.icanwinassociation.blogspot.com






I CAN WIN Cancer Awareness
20th January 2009 at
Cuttack
Organised by
Marwari Yuva Manch -Cuttack
(President -Hemant Agarwal)
&
The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association – Delhi
(President: Dr Pawan Gupta)


I CAN WIN Cancer awareness workshop was held on 20th January, 2009 Cuttack. It was jointly organized by Marwari Yuva Manch –Cuttack Chapter and The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association-Delhi on the occasion of the start of silver jubilee celebration of the National Marwari Yuva Manch.



Dr Pawan Gupta MS, FSOG, FAIS, M.Ch
President: The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association
Tel: 09811290152

















Monday, January 19, 2009

I CAN WIN "SRUJANI" BREAST AWARENESS WORKSHOP

INDIAN CANCER WINNERS’ ASSOCIATION
A mission to “Win over Cancer”
(A Unit of I Can Win Foundation) Regd. Office: D-10/54, Sec-7, Rohini, New Delhi– 110085
Tel: +9111-27933358. icanwinassociation@gmail.com
www.icanwinassociation.blogspot.com






I CAN WIN “SRUJANI” Breast Awareness Workshop
11 am on 18th January 2009 at
St Mary’s School, Mayur Vihar Phase III
Organised by
Delhites Syro Malabar Mission
– Mayur Vihar phase III unit
(Father John)
&
The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association – Delhi
(President: Dr Pawan Gupta)


A SRUJANI breast awareness workshop was held on 18th January, 2009 at St Mary’s School, Mayur Phase III. It was jointly organized by Delhites Syro Malabar Mission – Mayur Vihar phase III unit, Mathru Sangam and The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association-Delhi.
Father John presided over the function. Mr Sanjay Choudhury, Municipal Councillor of Mayur Vihar Phase III was the Chief Guest and inaugurated the function. Mr and Mrs Arora of Prerna an NGO working on women empoverment were also present. Indian Cancer Winners’ Association was represented by President - Dr. Pawan Gupta, Secretary – Mr Suresh Prakash, Member executive- Mr and Mrs Nijhawan, Ms. Rani Issac. Mathru Sangam represented by Ms Beena Joseph, Mr.Sebastian, Ms Carol Thomas and Ms Jainamma Cherian.
The Camp was conducted by:
Dr Pawan Gupta
Dr Neeta kumar
Dr Gagandeep Khanna
Ms Rani Issac
Ms Shine Anthony
Ms Nitika Singh
Ms Jeena
Volunteers – Mr Parasnath Sah, Mr Praveen Choudhury, Mr Karan





Father John, presided over the meet. He stressed on the frightening rate of increase in cancer and lack of cancer awareness amongst the public. To remove the fear associated with cancer in the masses He said that they would take up a project and this was first of the series of programme that he wishes to organize.
Mrs Sanjay Choudhry, was the Chief Guest for the occasion and supported the program. He was sure that such activity would benefit the society. He expressed his desire to arrange more such program.
Dr. Neeta Kumar said that such a workshop empowers the women to know about her and it is just not a one time procedure, like in a camp where a person is examined once, but here we give training to make her aware for life long.
Dr Pawan Gupta, Senior Consultant Cancer Surgeon and President of the Indian Cancer Winners’ Association was the Chief Speaker. The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association is established with a mission to “Win over cancer” and to change the way cancer is perceived by the society. The association wishes to establish chapters all over the Country with professional public partnership.
Studies indicate that as India becomes westernized, the incidence rate for breast cancer increases. A 2005 study conducted by the International Association of Cancer Research, based in Lyon, France, projected that there would be 250 000 cases of breast cancer in India by 2015, a 3% increase per year. Currently, India reports roughly 100 000 new cases annually.
He said that cancer is a lifestyle disease like any other chronic disease related to food, physical activity, habits like tobacco and alcohol, and stress. It is highly curable if detected early. It is a pity that patients come to the doctor in late stage. He stressed the need for every woman to be breast aware and any suspicious lesion (lump, discharge from nipple, thickening of skin etc) should be consulted by the specialist.
Mrs Rani Isaac explained the gathering and gave a talk in Malayalum for the benefit of the gathering. She explained the importance of self breast awareness. She supervised the workhop to the satisfaction of the participants.
Mrs Neelam Nijhawan herself a breast cancer winner gave the gathering a positive spirit. She was given a standing ovation.
I CAN WIN “SRUJANI” tutors Ms Shine, Ms Nitika, Ms Jeena had one to one interaction with the participants and helped them in becoming breast aware.
Dr Gagandeep Khanna discussed with the participants and answered their queries.
Mr Suresh Prakash, Secretary I CAN WIN ASSOCIATION, thanked all the participants and invited everyone to join in the campaign “WIN OVER CANCER”
Volunteers – Mr Paras, Mr Karan, Mr Praveen did a great job helping in the conduct of the workshop, distributing the questionnaire and collecting them.
The other dignitaries present in the occasion were happy to organize the meet and expressed their desire to hold such meets more frequently for the benefit of the society at large.




Dr Pawan Gupta MS, FSOG, FAIS, M.Ch
President: The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association
Tel: 09811290152




































Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Breast Self Examination (in Hindi)

For an easy understanding of the steps to do a breast self examination, please click on the following link. The voice over and the text here are in Hindi and should be a great resource to Indian ladies.

http://ww5.komen.org/BreastCancer/InteractiveTools.html?terms=hindi+bse

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Relaxation

Hello everyone,

You know how important it is to relax for physical and mental well being.
I am going to introduce you to a three minute quick relaxation method, devised by the Swami Vivekanand Yoga Anusandhana Sansthana at Bangalore.

This relaxation can be done at anytime and takes just three minutes in a lying down (supine) posture, called Shavasana. Hands are a little away from the body, palms facing upwards, more or less.

Eyes are closed and the abdominal movements are to be observed mentally. No effort. Just observe that the abdomen is moving up and down. After watching this for about a minute (five cycles of up/down), consciously breathe in while inflating the abdomen and breathe out deflating the abdomen. Do it five times.

Next, breathe with feelings. While inhaling, observe that oxygen is entering the body and energizing it, while exhaling, observe that the body is relaxing, waste products are getting out of the system, and I am at complete rest.Do this five times.

In the end, breathe in and chant aaaaaa.... (second vowel of hindi) with mouth open and observe the vibrations in the lower part of the body.

After this slowly take a turn to the right, supporting the body with the hands, slowly get up and open the eyes.

This is the complete process, takes three minutes, can be done anytime at anyplace. It can even be done while sitting in a chair. Do not exert at any step, just allow it to happen.

Try it and get relaxed. Any questions are welcome on 91 80100 94282.


Can do anytime of the day or night.

Relaxation

Hello everyone,

You know how important it is to relax for physical and mental well being.
I am going to introduce you to a three minute quick relaxation method, devised by the Swami Vivekanand Yoga Anusandhana Sansthana at Bangalore.

This relaxation can be done at anytime and takes just three minutes in a lying down (supine) posture, called Shavasana. Hands are a little away from the body, palms facing upwards, more or less.

Eyes are closed and the abdominal movements are to be observed mentally. No effort. Just observe that the abdomen is moving up and down. After watching this for about a minute (five cycles of up/down), consciously breathe while inflating the abdomen and breathe out deflating the abdomen

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Lioness - ICAN WIN Cuttack Breast workshop 3.01.09

INDIAN CANCER WINNERS’ ASSOCIATION
“A mission to Win over Cancer ”
(A Unit of I Can Win Foundation) Regd. Office: D-10/54, Sec-7, Rohini, New Delhi– 110085
Tel: +9111-27933358. icanwinassociation@gmail.com
www.icanwinassociation.blogspot.com






Breast Cancer Awareness Workshop
3pm on 3rd January 2009 at
Geeta Gyan Mandir, Tulsipur, Cuttack
Organised by
Lioness Club of Cuttack
(President: Ms Subhadra Devi)
&
The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association – Delhi
(President: Dr Pawan Gupta)

A breast cancer awareness workshop was held on 3rd January, 2009 at Geeta Gyan Mandir, Tulsipur, Cuttack. It was jointly organized by the Lioness Club of Cuttack and The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association-Delhi.
Lioness Mrs.Subhadra Devi, the innovative President of Lioness Club of Cuttack, presided over the meet. She stressed on the frightening rate of increase in cancer and lack of cancer awareness amongst the public. To remove the fear associated with cancer in the masses she said that the Lioness club of Cuttack would take up a project and this was first of the series of programme that she wishes to organize.
Lion Mr Sunil Santuka, past District Governor, Lions Club, was the Chief Guest for the occasion and supported the program. He was sure that such activity would benefit the society. He expressed his desire that more such clubs should participate in such program.
Dr Pawan Gupta, Senior Consultant Cancer Surgeon and President of the Indian Cancer Winners’ Association was the Chief Speaker. The Indian Cancer Winners’ Association is established with a mission to “Win over cancer” and to change the way cancer is perceived by the society. The association wishes to establish chapters all over the Country with professional public partnership.
Studies indicate that as India becomes westernized, the incidence rate for breast cancer increases. A 2005 study conducted by the International Association of Cancer Research, based in Lyon, France, projected that there would be 250 000 cases of breast cancer in India by 2015, a 3% increase per year. Currently, India reports roughly 100 000 new cases annually.
He said that cancer is a lifestyle disease like any other chronic disease related to food, physical activity, habits like tobacco and alcohol, and stress. It is highly curable if detected early. It is a pity that patients come to the doctor in late stage. He stressed the need for every woman to be breast aware and any suspicious lesion (lump, discharge from nipple, thickening of skin etc) should be consulted by the specialist.
The other dignitaries present in the occasion Lion President Gaurhari Dalai, Lioness Puspalat Pati, Lioness Mrs Sudipta Das, Lioness Mrs Indra Nayak, Lioness Mrs Himanshubala Patnaik, Lion Sri Dharam Pal Gupta were happy to organize the meet and expressed their desire to hold such meets more frequently for the benefit of the society at large.


Ms Subhadra Devi
President: Lioness Club of Cuttack
Tel: 0671-2300522
Dr Pawan Gupta MS, FSOG, FAIS, M.Ch
President: The Indian Cancer Winners’Association
Tel: 09811290152














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