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RAMNAGAR: Two-day workshop on World Cancer Day organized by Government Degree College, Ramnagar, NSS unit and Science Club under the guidance of Prof. Ritika Mahajan, NSS programme officer and convenor of science club concluded. The objective of the workshop was to spread awareness regarding the cancer with the theme “I am, and I will”.On day one, a rally of the NSS volunteers and college students proceeded to the town market to raise the awareness among the masses with the causes, symptoms and prevention of cancer with the help of slogans. The rally was coordinated by faculty members, Prof. Ritika Mahajan, Prof. Shobha Rani, Prof Neetu Sharma, Prof. Divya Puri and Manju Sharma.On second day, an interactive session was held in which Dr. Mehboob, Block Medical Officer, Ramnagar was the guest speaker. The session was commenced by Dr. Udhey Bhanu, Principal GDC Ramnagar with their welcome address. Following which, NSS volunteers shed some light related to cancer as serious ailment. Thereafter, the guest speaker provided a detailed insight on cancer.Major emphasis was placed on breast cancer as being more widespread now adays and various strategies for the self-diagnosis were discussed. Dr. Mehboob also highlighted the role of diet, exercise, and positive thinking to fight cancer.The session was ended with the vote of thanks by Prof. Ritika Mahajan to all the present dignitaries, organizing team member- Dr. Om Prakash, Prof Divya Puri, HOD Psychology and NSS volunteers. The entire event was made successful under the guidance and support of Principal, Dr. Udhey Bhanu GDC Ramnagar.
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