The Volunteering Together for Service UK (VTSUK) group recently organised a Breast Cancer Workshop aimed at promoting awareness, education, and support for individuals affected by the disease to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. This event took place last week in north London and was open to the general public.
“Breast cancer is a pressing global health issue, affecting millions of individuals and their families every year. The Breast Cancer Workshop is part of our commitment to providing valuable information, resources, and a supportive community for those touched by this disease,” VTSUK said in a statement.
The workshop covered personal stories and survivor testimonials, an interactive question and answer sessions with medical experts, information on early detection, treatment options, and support services. The guest speaker at the event, Dr Uma Srirambhatla, Paediatric Consultant, addressed many of the concerns of the gathering.
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“At VTSUK, we believe that knowledge is a powerful tool in the fight against breast cancer. Our workshop aims to empower individuals with the information they need to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing. Together, we can raise awareness, reduce stigma, and improve the lives of those affected by breast cancer,” the charity added.
VTSUK is an organisation committed to promote the “Spirit of Service” attitude, serve the community, and create a better society.
It added: “We are committed to ‘Service’, ‘Health’ and ‘Education’ of the community. All our services are provided for free. Our commitment to education for the blind, health camps, women healthcare, environment protection, animal care, tribals education and many more drives us to provide valuable resources and support to those who need it most.
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“We encourage individuals and organisations alike to attend our events, show support, and join us in our mission to make a difference in the lives of people and their families.”
*Info: Upcoming events at VTSUK