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Breast Cancer


What is Breast Cancer and how is it treated?  Breast cancer is the growth of malignant cells (cancerous cells) in the breast. These cells grow and spread rapidly and uncontrollably. Although it mostly affects women, accounting for 25% of cancers in women, men can also get breast cancer. Most men however, get checked when [...]

Breast Cancer2018-09-20T16:39:43+03:00

The Dangers of Smoking


The Dangers of Smoking and How You Can Quit  What You Need To Know About Smoking According to World Health Organization (WHO) 7 million people die each year due to tobacco smoking related diseases. 6 million of these deaths are due to direct smoking, while 890,000 are the result of non-smokers being exposed to [...]

The Dangers of Smoking2018-01-04T18:52:03+03:00

Colon Cancer


What is Colon Cancer and how is it treated?  Colon cancer is the rapid growth of malignant (cancerous) cells in the colon. The colon is the last part the digestive system and is also known as the large intestine that reabsorbs fluids from solid waste and processes waste products. Colon cancer is sometimes referred [...]

Colon Cancer2018-01-04T17:15:31+03:00

Prostate Cancer


What is Prostate Cancer and how is it treated?  Prostate Cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in men. It affects men only because the prostate gland is found in male and not female reproductive systems. The function of the prostate gland is to produce some of the fluid that makes up semen. [...]

Prostate Cancer2018-09-06T09:40:52+03:00

Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment


What Is Immunotherapy & How Does It Treat Cancer? For most of us, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy are the only treatment options we think about when we hear of cancer. However, there are several other treatment options available to people with cancer depending on the type and stage of the cancer, the general health of [...]

Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment2017-12-07T12:11:14+03:00

Country Guide for Overseas Medical Treatment


How do you choose which country for medical treatment? Seeking overseas medical treatment can be a headache for most people, especially if you have to go through the entire process of finding a favourable country for treatment, narrowing your research down to a specific hospital, and then booking your doctor’s appointment, flights and accommodation. [...]

Country Guide for Overseas Medical Treatment2017-12-01T19:12:35+03:00

World AIDS Day


World AIDS Day 2017 Positive but Alive In 2015 alone, an estimated 36.7 million people were living with HIV globally and out of that number, 1.8 million were children. The majority of HIV infected people come from low- income countries. So far, 35 million people have died from HIV related causes including 1.1 million [...]

World AIDS Day2017-12-01T11:45:33+03:00

Pancreatic Cancer


Information on Pancreatic Cancer  The pancreas is located in the abdominal cavity behind the stomach. It produces insulin which regulates blood sugar and secretes intestinal digestive enzymes that break down food particles. What is pancreatic cancer? It is a disease that occurs due to malignant cell growth in the pancreatic tissues. It is rarely [...]

Pancreatic Cancer2017-11-23T16:32:47+03:00

How To Go Overseas For Medical Treatment


Want to Know How to Go Overseas for Medical Treatment Hassle Free? Getting medical treatment overseas can be stressful because of the process you have to go through. It may be frustrating if you have no idea where to start. However, International Medical Treatment Ltd (IMT), does it for you in six simple steps. [...]

How To Go Overseas For Medical Treatment2018-01-19T13:09:16+03:00

Liver Cancer


Information on Liver Cancer Did you know that the liver is the largest organ inside your body? Just beneath the right lung, this 1.7 kilogram, reddish- brown, rubbery body part filters your blood, detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs. In short, being without a liver or having one that is dysfunctional is without a doubt [...]

Liver Cancer2017-11-16T08:59:23+03:00
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