Fujifilm India and Max Healthcare conclude second radio-diagnostics fellowship training in breast cancer
The two companies are running this fellowship programme to train doctors in breast mammography, breast MR and breast ultrasound techniques for a six-month duration
Fujifilm India, along with Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, has completed the second fellowship as part of an ongoing programme to train doctors in breast imaging and advance diagnostics, a statement has said.
The two companies organised a felicitation ceremony and congratulated Dr Aishwarya B Sridhar for completing her certification course in radio-diagnostics and completing her training. Guided and trained by a team of professionals including Dr Bharat Aggarwal, Director – Radiology Services, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket and Dr Harit Chaturvedi, Chairman – Max Institute of Cancer Care, Dr Sridhar is the second radiologist to complete the fellowship programme. Last year, Dr Pragya Garg, MD was the first to complete and receive recognition under this fellowship, the statement added.
It also said that with a commitment to impart awareness and educate about breast cancer, Fujifilm and Max Healthcare hospital, as part of their association, are running this fellowship programme to train doctors in breast mammography, breast MR and breast ultrasound techniques for a six-month duration. Through this, they aim to train two radiologists each year towards the early detection of breast cancer.
Commenting on the success of the fellowship, Chander Shekhar Sibal, Senior Vice President and Head – Medical Division, Fujifilm India, said, “We are delighted to announce the second fellowship certificate in radio-diagnostics to another doctor this year. Our association with Max Healthcare has given us a platform to train doctors about screening facilities that can help in early detection and save the lives of many. With this achievement, we pledge to continue to raise awareness about the benefits of mammography screening for early detection of breast cancer among women.”
With an increasing number of cases of breast cancer in women, it is imperative to not only raise awareness on the subject but also introduce modern technologies to ensure enhanced patient care. The primary goal of this fellowship is to train doctors in advanced diagnostics and spread awareness about the early detection of breast cancer, the statement added.