Hyderabadi Hearts beat for Breast Cancer Awareness
Tenth Edition of Pink Ribbon Walk Flagged Off By PV Sindhu (Chief Guest) & Bhavani (A 70 Year Old Blind Lady Who Conquered Breast Canser)
Thousands Participated – Creating Awareness and Saluting Breast Cancer Conquerors
City Turns Pink for Eight Concecutive Year to Mark the Beginning of International Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Hyderabad - The Only City In South Asia For So Many Buildings and Monuments To Turn Pink in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness
The slogan ‘Does Your Heart Beat For Early Detection Of Breast Cancer?’ resonated with ‘Hyderabadis’ who extended unprecedented support to the 10th edition of the 2K Pink Ribbon Walk organized by Ushalakshmi Breast Cancer Foundation (UBF) & KIMS-Ushalakshmi Centre for Breast Disease on Sunday 30 September 2018 at KBR Park, Hyderabad. The hugely successful event was flagged off by the world renowned Badminton player - P.V. Sindhu & BhavaniI - a Blind Lady who conquered Breast cancer.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms Bhavani said that with effective counselling, remarkable surgical skills, outstanding post-operative care & support from family, she conquered breast cancer.
She said that she leads a normal life like any other lady and that she came all the way from Kakinada to send a positive message of Hope, Courage & survival in the fight against breast cancer.
PV SIndhu paid rich compliments to Dr. Raghu Ram and the innovative initiatives championed by Ushalakshmi Breast Cancer Foundation that has helped transform breast cancer from a ‘taboo’ issue to a much commonly discussed one thus translating to ensuring early detection and saving many lives in the Telugu States.