Beauty morale for women struggling with breast cancer!

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Added On: 22 October 2021, Friday, 16:13
Last Edited On: 22 October 2021, Friday, 16:14

Beauty morale for women struggling with breast cancer!

In the breast cancer awareness event organized in cooperation with the Near East University Hair Care and Beauty Services Department and the Association for Helping Cancer Patients (KHYD), hair and beauty treatments were provided to women struggling with breast cancer.

In October, which is accepted as “Breast Cancer Awareness Month” all over the world, activities organized to draw attention to breast cancer continue. In the breast cancer awareness event organized in cooperation with the Near East University Hair Care and Beauty Services Department and the Association for Helping Cancer Patients (KHYD), hair and beauty treatments were given to women struggling with breast cancer.

During the event held on the Near East University campus, skin, hair and nail care was given to 10 women struggling with breast cancer by the first and second year students of the Department of Hair Care and Beauty Services. At the end of the event, the Board Member of the Association for Helping Cancer Patients, Sevgi Alibaba, gave a speech by Near East University Hair Care and Beauty Services Department Head Assist. Prof. Dr. Yeşim Üstün Aksoy was given a plaque of appreciation.

Beauty morale for women struggling with breast cancer!

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yeşim Üstün Aksoy: “Let’s not delay life and ourselves. We can beat breast cancer with early diagnosis and treatment.”
Stating that with the event they carried out, they aimed to give morale to women struggling with breast cancer and to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis in breast cancer treatment, Assist. Prof. Dr. Yeşim Üstün Aksoy said, “Let’s not delay life and ourselves. We can beat breast cancer with early diagnosis and treatment. With our event, we wanted to raise awareness about breast cancer in society and to support our women, even a little, in this difficult process. Glad we were able to succeed.”