Let's Stop Cervical Cancer

One woman dies of cervical cancer every two minutes, making it one of the greatest threats to women’s health.

 Most of these women are not diagnosed early enough, and lack access to life-saving treatment. Each one is a tragedy, and we can prevent it.


Prevention and Disease Control 

Prevention is better than cure goes the age old saying.

 The most of diseases can be prevented through regular screening, vaccination, proper nutrition and regular exercise. 


Public Engagement Activities 

Let's bridge the gap between science and society that has a serious impact on society at large.

Continuously sharing the updates from latest scientific research and innovation for the benefit of the masses in a systematic manner. 


Health Education and Research 

Good health makes life better and the contribution of scientific research in mankind’s efforts to maintain good health is undeniable.

Committed to improving the health of the individual and the community in general through continuous health education and research. 


Health News All

  • Genetic Counselling – Past, Present and Future

    Dr. Dhanlaxmi Shetty, Ph.D; PGDHMM; PGDMLS Genetic Counselling - Past, Present and Future: The term genetic counselling was coined by Sheldon Reed in 1948. By definition,... More


  • Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: An Overview

    Dr. Kalpataru Halder, Ph.D Gestational Diabetes Mellitus - An Overview: Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is categorized as a hyperglycemic condition that is diagnosed during the... More


  • Breast Cancer: Genetic Counseling and Testing

    Dr. Saima Naz Khan, Ph.D Breast Cancer Risk Assessment:  Understanding the Role of Genetic Counselor. Background: Breast cancer accounts for 14% of all cancers in women.... More


Expert Views All

  • HPV Vaccines: Prevention is Better than Cure

    Dr. Sumita Mehta, DNB, MAMS, FICOG. Do you know girls vaccinated against HPV will still require cervical cancer screening later in their lives? Cervical cancer is... More


  • Cervical Cancer: Screen-and-Treat Approach

    Dr. Pakhee Aggarwal MS, MRCOG (UK), MIPHA, Fellow Gynae-Oncology - Oxford, Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Cervical Cancer: Screen-and-Treat Approaches in Resource-Limited Settings: Prevention is better... More


  • Genital Tuberculosis and Female Infertility

    Dr. Ritu Sharma, MD (Obstetrics and Gynaecology). Genital Tuberculosis and Female Infertility ‑ Is there a correlation? The prevalence of genital tuberculosis is about 5% in infertile... More


Recent Events All

  • K.R. Mangalam University, Gurugram, India.

    Topic: HPV Vaccine: Right Dose at Right Age Invited Speaker: Md Kausar Neyaz, Ph.D Theme - Leveraging Synergism: Industry-Academia Partnership for Implementation of National Education Policy,... More


  • Government Medical College (GMC), Amritsar, Punjab, India.

    Topic: HPV and Cervical Cancer: What are the Challenges in Implementation of HPV DNA Testing as Primary Screening in India? Invited Speaker: Md. Kausar Neyaz, Ph.D... More


  • Ashoka University, Sonipat, Haryana, India.

    Topic: "Cervical cancer in the era of precision medicine: A perspective from developing countries". Invited Speaker: Md. Kausar Neyaz, Ph.D Organized by Trivedi School of Biosciences, Ashoka University,... More


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Reader's Views All

  • Jeanny Dominic

    In today's life we get paranoid for every small thing. It doesn’t matter if we belong to the science background or not, when we see... More


  • Manavi Gupta

    I never realized how much I didn't know about preventative healthcare and women's health until I came upon the articles on the Aabir Bio-Services Foundation... More


  • Paula Schicchi

    As many before me have said, our world and our lives are saturated with information. What’s lacking is education to understand that information, especially when... More