More than four hundred women die every year in Georgia due to complications and delayed detection of gynecological diseases.
Among them, about 1,200 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, and about 350 are diagnosed with cervical cancer. The majority of deaths from this diagnosis are related to delayed diagnosis.
Severe economic or social conditions do not allow women to take care of the most important thing, their own health, however, detecting and treating various female pathological processes at an early stage is the only right and alternative way to save live.
Today, the state screening program in Georgia is quite successful, and the Georgian-German Reproductive Center has been offering free screening programs to women teachers over 40 for several months within the framework of social responsibility. The program provides screening and therapy for menopausal women. The service has been used by more than 200 teachers for 6 months, during this time we have received numerous calls and notifications where women have asked us to extend the promotion to all women over 40 years of age and not just teachers.
The management of GGRC decided to serve all interested women (over the age of 40) for 2 months in the screening program regardless of their profession.
The action includes consultations of the following specialists:
Ultrasound examination of the thyroid gland, vaginal, small pelvis, breast;
The visit within the promotion is completely free and includes all the above services
The promotion will take place every Saturday, from 10.00 to 14.00, pre-registration on 544448343Leave a reply