According to participants of the press-conference at UNIAN, target audience of the project are women. In particular, it is aimed at helping women overcome phobias concerning oncological diseases.
Organizers of the program are Israeli hospital LISOD and “Preobrazharium” project.
Managing Partner at LISOD Michael Amzel informed that the project will involve educational seminars, workshops and lectures.
“Such projects are very important. They help people identify the disease at early stages. Israeli experience demonstrates: if people are aware of cancer and ways of its prevention, it is possible to limit mortality to an absolute minimum”, - said Amzel.
Project manager at “Preobrazharium” Alla Rozhkova informed that the aim of the project is to develop women’s awareness of their health.
“We will engage high-qualified lecturers, speakers and experts for the project. We are very excited to work with such partners as LISOD. The project starts in February 2016”, - said Rozhkova.