Now that we know what cervix and pap smear is, let’s go straight to cervical cancer. Cervical cancer begins with cell changes in the cervix.
The risk of developing cervical cancer is linked to infection with Human Papillomavirus or HPV. … Continue Reading “What Cervical Cancer Is And How To Handle It”
Hey sister! When was the last time you had a pap smear? Do you even know what it is?
A pap smear is a procedure to screen for cervical cancer in women. It is recommended beginning age 21 and every … Continue Reading “Pap Smear And Why Every Woman Should Do It?”
What is Colorectal cancer?
Its is the cancer of the Colon (large intestine) and the rectum. Early signs are constipation or diarrhea, feeling of incomplete evacuation, cramping pains, blood in the stool, change in the size of stool (narrow), and … Continue Reading “A Brief Look Into The Colorectal Cancer”
So what exactly is cancer?
It is a disease caused by genetic changes which leads to uncontrolled cell growth and tumor formation.
A minority of cancers are due to inherited genetic mutations but the majority is due to DNA damage … Continue Reading “Here Is What You Need To Know About Cancer”
At the risk of sounding scary to anyone, do not ignore any unusual symptoms you may experience from time to time. The feeling of extreme lingering tiredness, to an erstwhile healthy person, should be a red flag. Do not ignore. … Continue Reading “The Cancer Menace: How To Stay Safe”