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What does BCED stand for?

BCED stands for Breast Cancer Early Detection


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Moreover, the app offers a step-by-step guide for being breast aware, including what to look for and how to look it, that is helpful in the process of breast cancer early detection.
Contract award: receiving, accepting, transport and distribution of invitations for free mammograms and pap smears within the population programme breast cancer early detection and prevention and early detection of cervical cancer for up to 600 000 women from all locations of the malopolska region.
According to Ameera Binkaram, president of the board of trustees and a founding member of the Friends of Cancer Patients charitable society: "Over the past three years, the Pink Caravan Ride (has) achieved momentous success, as thousands of men and women around the UAE (have undergone) the breast cancer early detection tests.
Several other speakers also presented perspectives on using media to inform the public of science and technology developments, including President of Princess Sumaya University of Technology Dr Hisham Ghassib, Vice President of RSS Dr Khaled Kahhaleh, Director of the Jordan National Breast Cancer Early Detection Program Ms Salma Jaouni, and Sales and Marketing Manager at Millennium Energy Industries Ziad Al-Jamal.
For example, focus groups conducted for Partnered For Progress, Los Angeles County Breast Cancer Early Detection Program (PFP BCEDP) in 1996 with Hindi and Gujarati speaking uninsured South Asian women at 200% of Federal Poverty Level, showed 70% of the participants did not get a mammogram in the past 1218 months (Surani, 1995).
Working with Screen Test, a breast cancer early detection program in Edmonton, these women have already contacted different health groups that work with Aboriginal women.