Cervical cancer is preventable yet it is the 2nd most common cancer in Nigeria. HPV or Human papillomavirus is the main cause of cervical cancer in women. What Is HPV campaign by CancerAware Nigeria is aimed at saving women’s lives from cervical cancer through prevention and early detection. To stay informed about about our free screenings in 2019 and also to learn about ways you can reduce your cancer risk, sign up at canceraware.org.ng/newsletter Don't Keep This To Yourself
In 2009, Abisola stopped by her hospital and had a routine Pap test done. That decision saved her life.⠀
Her test came back abnormal.⠀
Further testing showed that she had cervical cancer.⠀
Today, she is cancer free and strongly advocates that women should get their cervical screening tests done.
January is #CervicalCancerAwarenessMonth Ladies, schedule your Cervical screening test this month. #2019 #31DaysOfPink #ApplaudingTheSurvivors #BCAM #BeBoldForChange #BreastCancerAw
Although stress is linked to a number of physical health problems, the evidence that it can cause cancer is weak.
Some studies have indicated a link between various psychological factors and an increased risk of developing cancer, but others have not. Yet, there is little doubt that stress promotes the growth and spread of some forms of the disease. For many of us who live in big cities such as Lagos, stress can come in different forms. Today, we are sharing a few tips on
We are pleased to announce the launch of our daily health service "Cancer Awareness with Dr Julz". This is in partnership with Dr Julz, the award winning radio host and lead doctor of "We the Doctors." Get health smart, health conscious and make better healthcare choices this year. Receive daily health education messages directly to your phone. Text drjulz to 2656 if you use an airtel line and to 5900 if Etisalat. It's a great way to start the new year. #cancer #breastcancer