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Using an AI-assisted tech intervention and onground fellows, Aaroogya Foundation is enabling early diagnosis of cancer among women from disadvantaged backgrounds


Aaroogya - Artificial Intelligence Driven Cancer Screening for Women


Aaroogya, with Hockey India for Breast Cancer Self assessment


By Fast Forward: Accelerate Good, CA, USA 

Create awareness by training front line workers, doing health screenings, and using AI tools and data modeling to do risk profiling in rural India.

“Prevention and Early Detection of Breast, Oral, Cervical cancers”. We envision to reach 50 million women by 2025 in Asia and Africa Aaroogya is building a technology platform and toolkit for women & government and private frontline health workers. By COVID - 19 Innovation Hub

Hockey India, Aaroogya conduct online session for women's players to raise cancer awareness

Hockey India, Aaroogya conduct online session to raise awareness about cancer

Dr Priyanjali Datta, CEO, Aaroogya Holistic Health Foundation, talks to Outlook group about her greatest fears, challenges and achievements, and her advice for today’s women

Curbing Cancer, One Door At A Time

#KindnessMatters: Meet the 24-year-old doctor who is taking cancer prevention measures to rural India

Elle: Meet the doctor tackling breast cancer, one small town at a time

Stanford: US-Asia Technology Management Center presents "On the ground in Pune: The Pinktober campaign in India"

Incubated at The Nudge Foundation, Bengaluru. Aaroogya believes that Early detection is the key to reducing mortality rates (46% as of 2019)

Meet the 24-year-old doctor who is taking cancer prevention measures to rural India

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Yahoo: Speaking on the session, Gyanendro Ningombam, Officiating President, Hockey India said, "While we are living in the midst of a pandemic, it's important to note the dangers of the rising number of cancer cases in India

Olympics: Pinktober, or World Breast Cancer Awareness Month, is an annual international health campaign observed across the world every October.

Breaking news Odisha:

The Indian women’s team captain Rani Rampal, on behalf of the entire team, said that they will pass on the knowledge they attained during the session to their family members.

My HealthLine - a digital task force to deliver contactless essential healthcare services during Covid-19

COVID 19 — Volunteer Call in India


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