Poonam Pandey is not dead, post a video on Instagram and said : I am  alive, did not die of cervical cancer’

Poonam Pandey is not dead, post a video on Instagram and said : I am alive, did not die of cervical cancer’

Finally, the mystery surrounding Poonam Pandey's death has been unveiled. Contrary to speculation, she is still alive and shared the information herself through a video posted on her Instagram. It is believed that this was done with the intention of raising awareness about cervical cancer. 

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Photo: Poonam Pandey ( file photo bharatrising)

She said in the video "I'm alive. I didn't die because of cervical cancer. Unfortunately, I cannot say that about those hundreds and thousands of women who have lost their lives because of cervical cancer. It is not because they couldn't do anything about it, because they had no idea what to do about it. I'm here to tell you that unlike other Cancers, cervical cancer is preventable. All you have to do is you have to get your tests done. and you have to get HPV vaccine. We can do all this and more, to make sure there is no more life lost to this disease"

She also wrote in the bio of his video that "I feel compelled to share something significant with you all - I am here, alive. Cervical Cancer didn’t claim me, but tragically, it has claimed the lives of thousands of women who stemmed from a lack of knowledge on how to tackle this disease. Unlike some other cancers, Cervical Cancer is entirely preventable. The key lies in the HPV vaccine and early detection tests. We have the means to ensure no one loses their life to this disease. Let’s empower one another with critical awareness and ensure every woman is informed about the steps to take. Visit the link in the bio to delve deeper into what can be done. Together, let’s strive to put an end to the devastating impact of the disease and bring #DeathToCervicalCancer"

Poonam Pandey stated that this initiative was undertaken to raise awareness among hundreds of thousands of women who may not be informed about cervical cancer.

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