16 Celebrities will create videos exclusive to OncoStem Diagnostics & Mitron users on the importance of early detection of Breast Cancer
Bengaluru - Mitron, the leading Bharatiya short format video app, has joined hands with OncoStem Diagnostics, makers of CanAssist Breast test, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As part of the #JaagoMitron campaign, 16 celebrities have created insightful #DidYouKnow and #KnowYourFacts videos for OncoStem Diagnostics to encourage women to undergo regular breast cancer screening tests. The videos feature well-known personalities such as Delnaaz Irani, Shaan, Chitrashi Rawat, Kailash Kher, Shankar Mahadevan, Cyrus Broacha, Maria Goretti and Raghu Dikshit amongst others.
The campaign focuses on the importance of being aware of any unusual changes the breasts highlighting how it is not just lumps one needs to be aware of. Mitron users along with celebrities will create insightful videos holding placards that list important facts on Breast Cancer with the hashtags #KnowYourFact & #JaagoMitron, and urge users to share it with other users.
Speaking about the campaign, Shivank Agarwal, Co-founder and CEO, Mitron said, “Campaigns like this impart awareness and knowledge amongst communities for a healthier tomorrow. We are delighted to associate with OncoStem Diagnostics for this special campaign. We hope this serves as a gentle reminder for women across the country to prioritize their health and to realize the importance of early detection.”
Dr. Manjiri Bakre, Founder & CEO, OncoStem Diagnostics said, “OncoStem strengthens its commitment to women’s health via awareness initiatives like this and our flagship product CanAssist Breast. We are delighted that Mitron has joined hands to ensure this breast cancer awareness campaign reaches all corners of Bharat. We also express our heartfelt gratitude to each and every celebrity and oncologist who featured in the videos and helped us dispel important myths about breast cancer. We salute all the doctors fighting breast cancer, you are the true warriors "
This October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, let’s educate and share information about breast cancer and breast health for a healthier tomorrow.