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You Can Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer Today! Take Action

By | October 31st, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

Breast Cancers have the highest cure rates if diagnosed in the early stage. Do breast self-examination and get clinical breast examination done if you suspect anything abnormal. What you should do if you detect a lump in your breast? Presence of lumps may or may not cause symptoms -therefore get those lumps checked and evaluated [...]

Breast Cancer – Now Younger Women Are at Risk

By | October 23rd, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

According to a report from the Union Health Ministry, breast cancer is major cancer among Indian females (Most common in urban India and the second most common in rural India). The worrying trend in India is that nearly about 25% of new cases are now being detected in younger women (25 to 40 years age). [...]

Breast Cancer Awareness – Younger Women are At Risk

By | October 23rd, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

According to a report from the Union Health Ministry, breast cancer is major cancer among Indian females (Most common in urban India and the second most common in rural India). The worrying trend in India is that nearly about 25% of new cases are now being detected in younger women (25 to 40 years age). [...]

Breast Cancer Screening Detects Breast Cancer in the Early Stage

By | October 14th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

In India, there is a very distressful situation prevailing (age shift of breast cancer incidences). Breast cancer is no more confined to older women as many younger women in their productive years of life are becoming prone to breast cancer. According to the latest statistics, nearly about 25 percent of new Breast Cancer cases are [...]

Breast Cancer Incidences in India are On the Rise – Do You Know Why?

By | October 5th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

Majority of women having breast cancer do not have any signs and symptoms in the initial stages of breast cancer – owing to which they tend to ignore doing breast-self-examination. In many cases, most of the women don’t know how to do breast-self-examination. If they don’t do breast self-examination, they simply remain unaware of their [...]

What Every Woman Should Know about Cervical Cancer?

By | September 26th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

The lower part of the uterus in the female reproductive system is known as the cervix. It connects the vagina and the uterus. It mainly comprises of fibromuscular tissue. During childbirth wide dilation of the cervix allow the baby to pass through and during menstruation, the cervix opens a little bit to allow menstrual blood [...]

Why More Women in India are Diagnosed with Cancer

By | September 13th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

By 2020 India would register 1700000 new cancer cases and approximately 800000 deaths due to cancer. The worrying trend is increasing number of cancer cases among women 'One woman dies of cervical cancer every 8 minutes in India,'' while, ''For every 2 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer, one woman dies of it in India.'' [...]

Are We Fighting Ovarian Cancer the Right Way?

By | September 8th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

Screening women for ovarian cancer is a bit challenging proposition for researchers and oncologists -owing to the fact that there is no proper screening test available; in addition, early detection can make a huge difference in the treatment outcomes. Scientists are relentlessly working hard to find new ways – which would help screen women for [...]

Cancer in India remains a Bewildering Puzzle for Oncologists

By | September 4th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

India is witnessing an increasing number of cancer cases with a startling figure of over 1.5 million new cases every year – the mortality rate associated with all types of cancers is high compared to advanced countries of the world. Though the number of cancer cases per 100000 people in the US is high (300 [...]

Triple Negative Breast Cancer – Are You Aware of It?

By | August 27th, 2019|HEALTH BLOG|

All women must know about this aggressive and difficult to treat type of breast cancer as it spreads aggressively and the chances of recurrence are quite high. In addition, owing to its poorer prognosis and fewer targeted medicines and its propensity to spread beyond the breast, it is one of the most challenging breast cancers. [...]

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