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Cervical cancer

3 Jul 2019
The Rotary International District 9110 has revealed plans to eliminate the spread of cervical cancer, congenital heart diseases and also poverty in Lagos and Ogun states.
11 May 2019
Women in Lagos State will be opportune to get continuous access to free cervical cancer screening and treatment options within their community health...
14 Mar 2019
A statement by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on the World Cancer Day, Monday 4th February revealed that nine out of ten women who die from cervical cancer are from poor countries, and that if action is not taken, deaths arising from the disease will increase by almost 50 per cent by 2040. The most…
27 Jan 2019
A Gynaecologist, Dr Adebayo Bamisebi, on Sunday advised women to get themselves vaccinated against sexually transmitted infection like genital warts...
14 Mar 2018
Pap smears can be quite painful to get, sometimes literally and other times mentally, from the stirrups to the jelly that never quite gets cleaned off totally by your gynaecologist. All women between the ages of 21 and 65 years old should get a Pap smear at least once every three years from 21 to…
12 Mar 2018
Cervical cancer is the second commonest cancer in women worldwide. It is the cancer of the cervix - the lower, narrow end of the uterus (or womb) connecting the vagina (the birth canal) to the upper part of the uterus. Cervical cancer is easy to prevent and also curable when found and treated early. The…
1 Feb 2018
As part of its corporate social responsibility initiative to maintain a healthy environment, Equity Assurance Plc. in collaboration with Managed Healthcare Service limited, members of Sunu Group, provided free cervical cancer screening to women at Surulere, while they sensitized residence on the need for cancer prevention. The screening, which took place at the Optimal Cancer…
29 Jan 2018
Every two minutes around the world, a woman dies of cervical cancer. In 2017, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported that the number of Nigerian women suffering from cervical cancer annually totalled 14,089 making it the second leading cause of cancer deaths. Sadly, this statistics is not only high in Nigeria. Up to 530, 000…
14 Sep 2017
The Exquisite Magazine #SMEARIT campaign continues with 500 women to be screened free on the 16th of September at the EMAC Smearathon 2017 in partnership with Access women network and the W community.
28 Aug 2017
The Federal Government has been charged to formulate a national policy that would help vaccinate female children below 12 years to prevent cervical cancer among women in the next 20-30 years.
15 Apr 2017
As part of efforts to promote women’s health and draw awareness to the danger cervical cancer poses to the nation, a non-governmental organization, Great Emerald Multi Services in conjunction with 042 Entertainment....
4 Feb 2017
As part of its contribution towards improving the health status of the community, the Rotary Club of Ibadan, Onireke Neighborhood, has concluded its training course for health workers at the Primary Healthcare Centre, Oniyanrin, Ibadan.


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