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2018 has been a great year for us at CAPED and we would like to thank you for supporting us in the journey of spreading Cervical Cancer Awareness.   Some of the...

Mahak started volunteering with CAPED a few months ago, and subsequently found out that she had Cervical Cancer Mahak Garg, a resident of Ballabhgarh town in Faridabad, Haryana, has been volunteering...

Nisha was unaware of her disease until a timely intervention by CAPED. She is now on the road to recovery and a pain-free life Nisha is 50 years old, and is...

Diyora’s life changed drastically when she got diagnosed with Cervical Cancer, resulting in her moving countries in search of a healthy life Imagine living a normal life. Looking after your home...

Poornima’s struggles in life were many, and then she tested positive for Cervical Cancer. CAPED’s community mobilisers support her through this tough time, in her journey to overcome the disease 40...

CAPED’s interventions towards early detection and prevention of Cervical Cancer helped Padma* get back her healthy life 52 year old Padma, a resident of Rajokri village in Delhi, lived an active...

एक जागरूकता रिबन पहनना यह कहने का एक आसान तरीका है कि आप कैंसर के रोगियों की देखभाल और समर्थन करते हैं। बिना कोई शब्द कहे, यह अपना समर्थन दिखाने...

Cervical Cancer: It can be prevented. Background: Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in Indian women. It is a sexually transmitted disease that results from persistence infection with oncogenic types of...

Prevention is better than cure. More so, when the disease in question is prevalent and has a high morbidity and mortality. We are talking about cervical cancer, the most common...