Aishwarya Rai Bachchan hopes audience will become WCI soldiers and spread awareness about women cancer
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says she hopes audience and media will become WCI (Women's Cancer Initiative) soldiers and spread awareness about women cancer.
Aishwarya who supports the Women's Cancer Initiative was present at the 'Soul Stirrings' event on Tuesday in Mumbai organized by WCI and Tata memorial hospital.
When wishing the best for WCI and sharing her thoughts about the initiative, Rai said, "I am here with Devieka Aunty and with the WCI (Women's Cancer Initiative) and their partnership with Tata memorial hospital. The WCI has been tirelessly working for fifteen years and I was with them in their initial year as well. My support has been ongoing and well always be there. It is a very important movement that needs constant work for innumerable years.
Media and audience have to be our soldier spreading our word because it is really about educating women in our country increasing their awareness and having them go in for regular check-ups. Early detection gives hope for a possible cure."
The actress and former Miss World have been part of WCI since the initiative's first Pink Think fundraiser in 2003.