WorldCancerDay2019: HPV Vaccine Is Safe Despite Rumours

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It is the fourth most common cancer for women globally.

According to UICC, World Cancer Day "aims to save millions of preventable deaths each year by raising awareness and education about cancer, and pressing governments and individuals across the world to take action against the disease".

World Cancer Day is a campaign meant to inspire change and mobilize action. According to a latest survey done by Balance, the North East Alcohol Office, less than 4 out of 10 women in North East are aware of the association between alcohol intake and breast cancer, despite proof relating regular drinking with elevated risks.

Early detection, screening, and diagnosis have been proven to significantly improve patient survival rates and quality of life as well as significantly reduce the cost and complexity of cancer treatment. Lawmakers make many decisions that impact the lives of Montana touched by cancer and their leadership is vital to defeating this disease.

Of pressing need is integrating national cancer control programmes into health systems at every level.

The World Health Organization's advice is to avoid the associated risk factors, vaccinate against the HPV and hepatitis B virus, control occupational hazards and reduce exposure to ultraviolet radiation. We urgently need a complete review of the whole cancer R&D process, for the sake of everyone dying for a cure.

During and after cancer treatment, most families are mainly concerned about the short- and long-term effects of the cancer and its treatment, and concerns about the cancer still being present or coming back. While a cough is not cancer, it needs to be checked as persistent coughing can be due to lung cancer.

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Fear of cancer is also a problem, with a 2018 United Kingdom study cited by the organization revealing one in four people don't go to the doctor because they are afraid of being told they have the disease.

It's estimated that 88 IN women die each year because of cervical cancer, a disease that is almost 100% preventable. In Durham Region, cervical cancer screening rates are the lowest in Oshawa, Ajax and Pickering, particularly in communities where newcomers to Canada live.

In Rwanda, screening can be done in 26 hospitals and 240 health centres.

He said Croatia followed world trends in cancer treatment when it comes to new medication and that previous year saw a significant rise in the procurement of diagnostic equipment.

When it comes to mammography, doctors say though it is the best method to detect cancer, it is very expensive.

Cancer causes about 9.5 million deaths worldwide every year.

The Indiana State Department of Health is looking to educate Hoosiers about Cervical Cancer prevention.

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