450 policewomen attend cancer detection camp

Updated - December 03, 2021 03:56 am IST

Published - December 03, 2021 01:06 am IST - Chennai

CHENNAI : 02/12/2021 : FOR CITY :A city women police personnel getting screenedfor breast cancer during an awernesss camp at MGM Healthcare Hospital on Thursday. Photo : PICHUMANI K / THE HINDU

CHENNAI : 02/12/2021 : FOR CITY :A city women police personnel getting screenedfor breast cancer during an awernesss camp at MGM Healthcare Hospital on Thursday. Photo : PICHUMANI K / THE HINDU

MGM Healthcare on Thursday organised a breast cancer screening camp for policewomen aged over 40. Nearly 450 women registered for the camp, which was inaugurated by Additional Police Commissioner J. Loganathan. T.P. Chatram inspector E Rajeswari, who rescued a man from Kilpauk cemetery, was the first to get the mammogram done.

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