LYD Bali Group Fight Against Breast & Cervical Cancer
Alvaro Fernadez, Group Director of LYD Bali Group and management are thrilled to provide this program as an appreciation for the company’s dedicated staff.
Participants are completing the registration form before taking the screening process.
Seminyak, Bali — April 30, 2019 — Over the last decade, breast cancer is the most common cancer in Indonesia. More young Indonesian women now have breast cancer; a fatal disease once thought to be more prevalent among older women. Cervical cancer is the 4th most common cancer in women worldwide, and 8% of the cases occur in the developing world, this is at least partly due to the low incidence of screening procedures taken in the developing world and only two from 10 of women were aware of breast examination and cervical smears.