ECHO Organizes Free Cancer Awareness Camp in New York

New York, NY: Enhance Community through Harmonious Outreach, (ECHO), in association with Indian Nurses association and HFCC are partnering with Oncology, Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology and Pulmonary Specialists in the area is organizing a Free Cancer Awareness Camp for our Community on Sunday, May 22nd 2016 from 11 am to 4 pm, Dr. Thomas P. Mathew, Executive Director of ECHO, announced here last week.

“The initiative is a unique campaign to draw attention to the importance of cancer awareness and screening. There are staggering facts with frightening numbers about this disease. The good news is that this fight we absolutely can do something about. ECHO is committed more than ever to help get the word out about this disease, raising awareness. We need your help and humbly requesting for your support.” According to Usha George, President of Indian Nurses Association of NY

“We believe that our organizations can work together in a number of ways to directly address the critical problem and help collectively collaborate in this new initiative by our community based physicians to increase Cancer Awareness and the importance of Screening, Coping with Cancer, and Pranik Healing and Yoga,” says Biju Chacko, Operations Director. “The camp will include Seminars by Oncology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonary and Internal Medicine Physicians.Workshops, one on one talk with experts, Brochures, flyers, preventive screenings,” Sabu Lukose, MBA, Program Director, adds.

Koppara B. Samuel, Communications Director, says, “We are planning to advertise in the local community to approximately reach around 50,000 homes and all Indian Community through leaders like you. We at ECHO look forward to the chance to work with you on this noble cause and awareness initiative.”

Solomon Mathew, Capital Resource Director, says, “At this time we are reaching out to all our media partners through television, newspaper, social media and community organizations to reach out and promote with public service announcements and spread the word to encourage screening.”

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