Pregnancy after Cervical Cancer Treatment


Factors to Consider after Cervical Cancer Treatment The question many women have when they are diagnosed with cervical cancer is whether they will be able to have children after the treatment. The answer is: Yes, it is possible to have children after cervical treatment, but of course there are several factors to consider, factors [...]

Pregnancy after Cervical Cancer Treatment2018-12-18T14:58:14+00:00

Early Detection of Cervical Cancer


Cervical Cancer In 2018 over 500,000 new cases of cervical cancer occurred making it clear that this cancer is one of the most common cancers among women worldwide. Unlike other cancers that do not have a specific cause, cervical cancer can be caused by HPV. The Human Papillomavirus causes approximately 70% of all cervical [...]

Early Detection of Cervical Cancer2019-01-07T09:01:10+00:00

Bone Cancer


What Bone Cancer? Bone cancer is a type of cancer that affects any bone in the body and especially the pelvis and longer bones like the arms and legs. Bone cancer that spreads to the bones from other pats of the body is more common than that which starts from the bone. Benign bone [...]

Bone Cancer2018-10-23T12:56:29+00:00

Cancer Myths


What do you know about cancer and is it true or just a myth? Cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide and as such many people want to know about it; what causes it, what treatments are available and whether they can prevent themselves from it? With the high number of people [...]

Cancer Myths2018-10-18T17:59:53+00:00

Carcinoid Tumours


What you Need to Know About Carcinoid Tumours There are several types of cancers affecting over 7 million of people each year worldwide. Carcinoid tumours are a rare type of cancer which unlike other types, can begin in more than one part of the body. However, in most cases, they start in the lungs [...]

Carcinoid Tumours2018-10-16T10:56:51+00:00

World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2018


Demand Better Pancreatic cancer is the most severe and aggressive cancer worldwide and one of the world deadliest cancers. It is among the leading causes of cancer-related deaths leading to the deaths of over 300,000 people every year. About World Pancreatic Cancer Day World Pancreatic Cancer Day has been around since 2013 to help [...]

World Pancreatic Cancer Day 20182018-10-15T14:54:39+00:00

Stomach Cancer


Overview Over 783,000 people have died due to stomach cancer this year. This cancer is among the top 10 most common cancers and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths globally. What is Stomach Cancer? Stomach cancer also known as gastric cancer is a type of cancer that starts in the inner lining [...]

Stomach Cancer2018-10-13T12:30:51+00:00

Prostate Cancer


What Do You Know about Prostate Cancer?  Prostate cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in men worldwide. It is also among the top 5 leading causes of death among men globally. Over 1 million new cases of prostate cancer occur worldwide, each year. In most cases, this cancer is diagnosed in the late stages [...]

Prostate Cancer2018-11-05T11:09:27+00:00

Stages of Lung Cancer


What Is Lung Cancer?  Lung cancer is a type of cancer that occurs when malignant (cancerous) cells begin to grow rapidly and uncontrollably in the lung(s). The two main types of lung cancers are small cell and non-small cell lung cancer which are staged differently. Lung Cancer is among the most common cancers and [...]

Stages of Lung Cancer2018-10-29T09:24:49+00:00

Pregnancy & Breast Cancer


Overview Over 2 million women are impacted by breast cancer each year. It is the second most common malignancy affecting pregnancy. October being breast cancer month, we are taking this time to reflect on some of the issues that women think about when they hear of breast cancer and more specifically having breast cancer [...]

Pregnancy & Breast Cancer2018-10-25T09:55:19+00:00