Women above the age of 30 years are at high risk for breast and cervical cancer and need regular check-up for early diagnosis and prevention. The government of New Zealand stipulates free check-up only for women above 45 years of age in public hospitals, however, women below 45 years need a referral for the same. This deprives women from the age group 30-45 from free check-ups.
We see this as an opportunity for community welfare. We aim to bring in our services in the form of clinics where no referral will be needed. We ensure use of advanced technology equipment that has no radiation side effects making cervical and breast cancer diagnosis at an early stage accessible for women of all ages. Women’s health is an issue that requires immediate attention and focused action.
If you agree, join our cause. Prevention is better than cure!