WHO guidance to prevent and control cervical cancer

WHO guidance to prevent and control cervical cancer

WHO has launched new guidance to help prevent and control cervical cancer. The new journal entitled ‘Comprehensive cervical cancer control : A guide to essential practice ‘ has been revealed at the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Melbourne, Australia on 3 December 2014. Guidance to prevent and control cervical cancer Vaccinate 9-13 year old girls with two doses of HPV vaccine – This vaccine to prevent Human papilomavirus(HPV) infect the woman as the virus related…

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Don’t ignore cancer symptoms

Don’t ignore cancer symptoms

London, Dec 3 (IANS)- Perhaps driven by fear, people often prefer to dismissing potential warning signs of cancer, thereby putting their lives at risk, says a study. In the study involving 1,700 people, more than half (53 percent) said they had experienced at least one red-flag cancer ‘alarm’ symptom during the previous three months, but only two percent of them thought that cancer was a possible cause, the findings showed. Cancer Symptoms: Prevention is Better…

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Important Measures to Take After Being Diagnosed With Cancer

Important Measures to Take After Being Diagnosed With Cancer

For the last week, you’ve been in a state of perpetual shock. While going in for a routine doctor visit your physician came across a seemingly harmless lump on the back of your back. Although she seemed relatively certain that it wasn’t indicative of a serious threat, you both decided that it was in your best interest to have a few routine tests performed. After all, the old adage “better safe than sorry” is particularly…

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Watch out for tongue cancer

Watch out for tongue cancer

Tongue cancer is one of cancer that effect our mouth. Cancer can develop either on oral tongue and the base of the tounge. If you feel any unusual symptoms or sore areas in the mouth that don’t heal you must seek specialist. Most sores heal within 14 days. Always ask your doctor, dentist or hygienist to do an oral cancer check as part of your routine exam. It should take just a few minutes and…

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