JAX HealthCare Foundation is a student body including individuals from National and International Universities who are working for the cancer awareness and believes that all people living with cancer have the right to access the best treatment and support. Through personalized access to services, quality training and education, we aim to help the forbearing by providing them with the essentials and work opportunities to live their life with utmost dignity and hope. Our services are global and multifaceted. Our partnerships and associations with numerous industries, non-governmental agencies, health care providers and various cancer organizations across the globe help us support the masses, providing them with effective solutions for access to treatment.
J for Juvenescent(Being Youthful)
The Jax foundation has been founded by Mr Jitendra Kumar . The founder was deeply touched by the death of a closely related kin, who was diagnosed with Lung Cancer (Bronchogenic Carcinomas). His death struck him very hard as he could not provide any sort of assistance to his family member. He came up with the idea of Jax Healthcare Foundation so as to cease the suffering of many who were going through similar situations. He approached his friends and together they built the pillars of the foundation. They slowly gathered more people to help them set up the whole Jax Healthcare Foundation. The foundation grew with his hard work and support from the members. The foundation is slowly spreading its roots and will soon turn into an established organization if we progress at the same pace. The founder gives just one advice to his co -workers never settle and that is just enough to keep up their spirits. Since then we have been organizing events, gathering people to support us in this noble cause. Amity University has been a constant supporter and became the basic platform for us to start and we gathered our volunteers who slowly spread word to other national and international universities.
Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, and is responsible for an estimated 9.6 million deaths in 2018. Globally, about 1 in 6 deaths is due to cancer.
Approximately 70% of deaths from cancer occur in low- and middle-income countries.