Yes to Life focuses on providing:
'Feeling Alive' is a video launched by Yes To Life, penned by its founder and features only breast cancer champions. It intends to spread a message of hope and celebrates life cancer warrior style!
ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
Screen, Sensitize, Support...Our Three Pillars of Hope
Yes to Life is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization dedicated to spread awareness towards breast cancer and provide support to those touched by the disease. We work with the aim of reducing the mortality rate arising from breast cancer by working on our vision to make people aware so that the disease can be diagnosed at an early stage and families can be saved.
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Breast cancer when diagnosed at an early stage has a much higher chance of being cured.
Our young sheroes are a living example of positivity, faith and courage who have not only fought the disease and defeated it but have also taken a step forward to spread hope and light.
This initiative is to celebrate the undefeatable strength of these young warriors.
Yes to Life was featured in 'Let's Talk Health' series of CNN IBN in collaboration with Apollo Hospital. Its Founder Neeti Leekha Chhabra and Vice President Shruti Sharma shared their journey through Breast Cancer
Why Me or Wow Me! This is Neeti Leekha Chhabra's TEDx talk of winning over breast cancer at the age of 31 years with laughter, positivity and purpose.
Yes to Life has been covered in various media platforms including TV programs, news and magazine articles.
On 19th November 2017, Yes to Life was awarded with Most Promising NGO of the Year 2017 at Magicka Angels Awards
The incidence of Breast Cancer has increased in India in recent years. This disease is curable if detected at an early stage. Our Mission is to aid in prevention and early detection with the motto - 'Screen, Sensitize & Support, our three pillars of hope'
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Yes to Life is run by young Breast Cancer Champions working passionately to bring down the mortality rate arising out of breast cancer