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РАК шейки матки: НЕ ПРИГОВОР! / Новости / Медецина
 
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РАК шейки матки: НЕ ПРИГОВОР! / Новости / Медецина Врага надо знать в лицо: причины заболевания, профилактика, диагностика и лечение рака шейки матки. В настоящее время в рейтинге заболеваемости злокачественными новообразованиями у женщин рак шейки матки занимает 5 место. При достаточно высоком уровне медицины, за последние 10 лет эта заболеваемость выросла более чем на 25%.  В 2016 году с этим диагнозом впервые столкнулись 17 212 женщин, при этом смертность в том же году составила 6 592 человек.  Ученые всего мира ассоциируют рак шейки матки в первую очередь с вирусом папилломы человека. Насколько опасно и социально значимо заболевание, каковы методы диагностики, лечения,  и профилактики  в программе "Точка зрения" расскажет  Наталья Беглярова, врач-генетик, ведущий эксперт Центра молекулярной диагностики (CMD) Центрального НИИ эпидемиологии Роспотребнадзора. Что происходит в мире? Самые актуальные новости, аналитика интервью, видео и фото! Заходите узнать больше - http://www.pravda.ru/ Наша видеотека: http://www.pravda.ru/video/ Наши каналы на YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Pravda Англоязычный: https://www.youtube.com/user/PravdaTV Новости / Медецина / Политика / Интервью / Блог
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Simple vinegar test found to lower cervical cancer death rates
 
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Mumbai - 21 May, 2013 1. Various of cervical cancer survivor Usha Devi lighting a traditional lamp, praying 2. SOUNDBITE (Hindi) Usha Devi, Cancer survivor : "Other women used to tell me that it would go away, not to fear. I could not really understand anything. But then I gradually started to understand why it was so necessary for me to go (to the doctor)." 3. Usha Devi with husband 4. SOUNDBITE (Hindi) Usha Devi, Cancer survivor : "There are a few women who hide their disease. They do not talk about it because they feel that no one would understand them. A few of them fear the disease, like this has happened to me, so when I go to other women they fear that I have this disease. They fear even my breath." Mumbai - 20 May 2013 5. Various of vehicle carrying health workers driving into shanty town 6. Health workers getting out of vehicle. 7. Various of health workers walking through narrow lanes 8. Set up of preventive oncology specialist Dr.Surendra Shastri at desk 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr.Surendra Shastri, Preventive oncology specialist : "After four rounds of screening we are now seeing a significant reduction in cervical cancer mortality." 10. Wide of health workers talking to women near temple 11. Health worker explaining anatomy chart to women 12. Various of women watching 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr.Surendra Shastri, Preventive oncology specialist : "The important part here is that there are methods which are available in the developed world, for example mammography for breast cancer, Pap smear for cervical cancer. However this method can not be widely implementable in country like ours, for the simple reason that we do not have trained manpower, we do not have the infrastructure, and we do not have the money to carry out those type of programmes on a countrywide basis." 14. Various of health working meeting community leaders and local people to explain trial 15. Health worker Vaishnavi Bhagat talking to women at meeting 16. SOUNDBITE (Marathi) Vaishnavi Bhagat, Health worker : "They (local people) said we won't come, and we won't allow your camp here. They challenged us to set up the camp and they even beat up one of our workers. We were scared but we decided to go ahead with our team, come what may. We convinced each and every person (to be screened) individually and made the project successful." 17. Cancer information poster on wall, Dr. Shastri walking past 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr.Surendra Shastri, Preventive oncology specialist : "We expect that if this method is implemented in all developing countries across the world, we would be able to prevent about 72 or 74 thousand deaths from cervical cancer across the world." Mumbai - 21 May, 2013 19. Various of health workers going to visit Usha Devi 20. Various of health workers talking to Usha Devi LEADIN A simple vinegar test has been found to slash cervical cancer death rates by one-third in a remarkable study of 150-thousand women in the poor areas of India, where the disease is the top cancer killer of women. Experts have called the outcome "amazing" and say this quick, cheap test could save tens of thousands of lives each year in developing countries by spotting early signs of cancer, allowing treatment before it's too late. STORYLINE Cancer survivor Usha Devi has had four children but she never thought to get a gynaecological examination. No one ever suggested she get one and she says the thought never occurred to her. When she began bleeding heavily six years ago, she says she hoped a mix of patience and prayers would fix everything. One day she found a card given to her by a group of health workers who had been doing the rounds of her neighborhood trying to convince women like her to get screened for cervical cancer. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a90619ffd44d0db51544843ebdebce4e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Cervical Cancer Prevention
 
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Cervical Cancer Prevention. Cervical Cancer Prevention: Passings from cervical tumor are exceptionally preventable. Far reaching usage of routine Pap smears has fundamentally decreased cervical disease mortality. As indicated by the American Cancer Society (ACS), mortality declined by just about 70 percent in the vicinity of 1955 and 1992. Screening isn't the best way to diminish your danger of cervical growth. Other aversion systems center around enhancing your wellbeing and decreasing presentation to the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV). Contamination with HPV is in charge of by far most of cervical growths. Cervical Cancer Screening: Routine Pap smears help avert cervical tumor passings. Beginning time cervical disease has no manifestations. In this way, these tests are expected to recognize precancerous variations from the norm and beginning time cervical tumor. The survival rate for precancerous injuries is viably 100 percent. When injuries end up harmful, be that as it may, they are more hard to treat. That is the reason it is essential to get normal Pap smears. These tests can identify changes before they wind up dangerous. Converse with your specialist about how regularly you should be screened. Most ladies get Pap smears amid a routine pelvic exam. The US Preventive Services Task Force prescribes screenings each three to five years in ladies ages 21 to 65. The straightforward test utilizes a little instrument to rub cells from the cervix. It as a rule causes just mellow distress. Irregular Results: In the event that you have an unusual Pap spread, you have alternatives. Early treatment of precancerous sores can keep disease from forming into tumor. A few injuries don't require treatment. Your specialist may simply screen them to check whether they enhance or deteriorate. Talk about your subsequent options with your specialist. Cost Reduction: Medical coverage organizations are required to cover Pap smears. In the event that you have medical coverage or are qualified for Medicare or Medicaid, you can get free or minimal effort Pap tests. On the off chance that you don't have such scope, join on the Health Insurance Marketplace. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program likewise offers free or minimal effort access to Pap tests. To take in more about the program, call 1-800-CDC-INFO or visit www.cdc.gov/growth/nbccedp. HPV Vaccination: The dominant part of cervical growths are caused by HPV. Only two sorts of HPV—HPV 16 and 18—cause in excess of 70 percent of cervical growths. There are right now two immunizations that can ensure against HPV disease. Gardasil secures against both HPV 16 and 18. It additionally secures against the two low malignancy hazard HPV composes that reason most instances of genital warts. Cervarix just ensures against the two high-chance HPV composes. Who Needs Vaccination?. The CDC suggests that young men and young ladies between the ages of 11 and 26 ought to be inoculated against HPV. In a perfect world, this inoculation ought to be at age 11 or 12. Immunization is best in the event that it is performed before a man begins engaging in sexual relations. Something else, there is a solid probability that have just been presented to HPV. Both HPV immunizations have been affirmed for young ladies. Just Gardasil has been affirmed for young men. Immunization Risks: The HPV immunization is thought to be amazingly protected. Be that as it may, it isn't a substitute for Pap smears. There are more than 100 kinds of HPV that can contaminate people. In this manner, cervical screening is as yet imperative, notwithstanding for immunized young ladies. Other Prevention Techniques: Notwithstanding screening and immunization, individuals have different alternatives to lessen their danger of cervical malignancy. Lessen Sexual Risk Factors: Lessening sexual hazard factors diminishes your danger of HPV. This, thus, makes it more outlandish you will get cervical malignancy. Techniques to lessen your danger of HPV include: All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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Why is cervical cancer killing many more African-American women than we thought?
 
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A new research analysis suggests the mortality rate of cervical cancer is higher than we thought, especially among African-American women. Miles O’Brien talks with Dr. Jennifer Caudle of the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine about the findings, as well as the racial disparities in health care.
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Cervical Cancer Can Be Prevented. Here's How:
 
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Everybody knows someone who has battled the effects of cancer, sometimes for years after being healed, and sometimes to death. 50% Of patients with cervical cancer will die from the disease. That's half of everyone who is diagnosed, an exceptionally high mortality rate. Cervical cancer is preventable and with just a few precautions, you can greatly reduce your risk of contracting it. After my recovery, I made this video to raise awareness of cervical cancer and what you can do to prevent it from happening to you and your daughters.
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The Cancer Story you Haven’t Heard | Michaela Higgins | TEDxUCD
 
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Speaking after her TEDxUCD 2016 talk Professor Michaela Higgins said, “We are seeing an exponential increase in cancer cases in the developing world as we improve the control of infant mortality rates and infectious diseases. 70% of all cancer deaths are occurring in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, yet nearly 90% of the $100 billion currently being used to treat cancers is spent in Europe, USA and Japan.” “As I outlined in my TEDxUCD 2016 talk to reduce this imbalance, and taking into account that most cancers have a lifestyle or environmental cause, we need to stop smoking, eat healthily and vaccinate against common cancer-causing viruses.” Prior to Professor Higgins current appointment, Michaela was an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a Consultant Physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. While in Boston, Michaela was involved with the development of a small oncology service over an 18-month period, at Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais in Haiti. This was with support from Partners in Health, a not-for-profit corporation working to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need, in Haiti and around the world. She is a member of Cancer Research UK’s Clinical Trials Awards and Advisory Committee and the Mater Hospital Lung Cancer Working Group. She serves on the UCD Clinical Research Centre Executive Committee. Michaela is enthusiastic about teaching the next generation of medical doctors, and is particularly interested in global oncology. Twitter: @ucdmedicine This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Knowing The Signs and Symptoms Of Cervical Cancer
 
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Dr. Michael Manuel with the Dignity Health-California Hospital Medical Center discusses cervical cancer.
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Cervical Cancer Statistics
 
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Cervical cancer is common cancer among middle-aged women. By better prevention, treatment and health education many countries has seen fantastic progress and saved thousands of women. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Dxsq/
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Study: More women dying from cervical cancer
 
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The study from the journal, Cancer, finds the death rate from cervical cancer in the United States is considerably higher than previously thought. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube for more: http://bit.ly/2526UpS Get more Boston news: http://www.wcvb.com Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wcvb
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Counseling for Cervical Cancer Prevention Perfect
 
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) is USAID's flagship maternal, newborn, and child program. Mission: MCHIP's vision is to accelerate the reduction of maternal, newborn, and child mortality in the 30+ USAID priority countries facing the highest disease burden. By scaling up evidence-based high impact maternal, newborn, and children health interventions we aim to help reduce maternal and child mortality by 25% across these priority countries through field-based implementation and global leadership. To support this valuable mission and learn more: VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.mchip.net/ SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/mchipGlobal LIKE us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mchipdc FOLLOW us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mchipnet READ our Blog: http://www.mchip.net/blogs VIEW our Flickr Photo Stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mchip
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WHAT’S NEXT IN CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING & DIAGNOSIS
 
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Mostly all cervical cancers are caused by human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. HPV is also known to cause other cancers like anal and oropharyngeal cancers. Although approximately 75 % of women and 50 % of men are infected by HPV sometime during their lifetime, most HPV infections resolve on their own within 2 years. However persistant infection with ‘high risk’ HPV types may lead to high grade cervical disease and cancer. It is therefore very important to develop tests that can distinguish high risk HPV from self resolving HPV infections. Current Screening Methods • The most common screening test is liquid based cytology (LBC) or PAP test. Where cervical cells are collected using a brush or swab and analysed microscopically. The PAP test however has laboratory variations as it is subjective and depends on the interpretation by cytologist. • DNA testing for HPV has become useful tool along with the regular pap testing. A positive HPV test indicates the patient needs to be followed up with another test to see if this infection has self resolved or is likely to develop into cancer. Many countries now do HPV testing before PAP and only HPV positive patients go for a PAP smear. What is New? E6/E7 mRNA are precursors to E6/E7 oncoproteins which are functional molecules more directly relevant to disease progression. Over expressions of E6 and E7 oncoprotein is a critical step towards HPV related disease progression and cancer. Over expression of E6/E7 on RNA can now be detected. Use of E6 and E7 mRNA helps to more accurately assess cervical cancer risk in HPV infected patients. E6/E7 MRNA may also similarly be used for oral and anal cancer.
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Module5B: HPV and Cervical Cancer
 
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Table of Contents: 00:00 - Module 5B: Infectious Causes of Cancer 00:07 - Learning Outcomes for Module 5B 00:31 - Infectious Causes of Cancer 00:52 - Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Cervical Cancer 00:53 - Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and Cervical Cancer 01:07 - The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008 01:21 - Human Papillomavirus (HPV) 01:46 - Human Papillomavirus (HPV) 02:15 - 05:21 - HPV and Cancer 07:28 - Cervical Cancer Prevalence 08:27 - Cervical Cancer Mortality Rates 09:09 - Testing for HPV 11:35 - Preventing HPVHPV vaccine
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Cervical and Breast Cancer are the main cause of high Mortality in Ethiopia, Roman Tesfaye
 
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Matthew 7:7 Press Latest Update WASHINGTON DC, USA - AUGUST 06 2014 - Cervical and Breast Cancer are the main cause of high Mortality in Ethiopia, Roman Tesfaye
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Cancer & Me: Screening
 
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In Ontario, there are 3 screening programs for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer. When cancer is found early through screening, there are better treatment options and better outcomes. With greater awareness of the benefits of cancer screening, we can reduce mortality. About the Cancer & Me Video Series: Cancer & Me is a video series about the cancer journey. Cancer affects everyone. In our lives, we or someone we love will be diagnosed with cancer. Today, doctors and researchers have a better understanding of the causes of cancer so we can work towards prevention, and we have the tools and technology to treat cancer early so more people can have better outcomes. To raise awareness and support those who are or will be affected by cancer, North York General Hospital, the North York Family Health Team and Cancer Care Ontario have developed the "Cancer & Me" video series that takes you through the journey: prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment, and the stories of 4 people diagnosed with cancer.
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WHO on cervical cancer. 5,70,000 new Cervical Cancer cases every year.
 
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Cervical cancer Cervical cancer is the fourth most frequent cancer in women with an estimated 570,000 new cases in 2018 representing 6.6% of all female cancers. Approximately 90% of deaths from cervical cancer occurred in low- and middle-income countries. The high mortality rate from cervical cancer globally could be reduced through a comprehensive approach that includes prevention, early diagnosis, effective screening and treatment programmes. There are currently vaccines that protect against common cancer-causing types of human papilloma virus and can significantly reduce the risk of cervical cancer. Early diagnosis Particularly in countries where screening programmes are not available, diagnosing cervical cancer at an early stage and providing access to effective treatment can significantly improve the likelihood of survival. Currently, in many low resource settings, the disease is often not identified until it is further advanced or treatment is inaccessible resulting in a higher rate of death from cervical cancer. Understanding and detecting symptoms of cervical cancer can assist with early diagnosis. Symptoms of cervical cancer tend may include: irregular, intermenstrual (between periods) or abnormal vaginal bleeding after sexual intercourse; back, leg or pelvic pain; fatigue, weight loss, loss of appetite; vaginal discomfort or odourous discharge; and a single swollen leg. More severe symptoms may arise at advanced stages. WHO Package of essential noncommunicable (PEN) disease interventions for primary health care in low-resource settings has guidance on the approach to assessment and referral for women with suspected cervical cancer in the primary care setting. Screening Screening aims to detect precancerous changes, which, if not treated, may lead to cancer. Women who are found to have abnormalities on screening need follow-up, diagnosis and treatment, in order to prevent the development of cancer or to treat cancer at an early stage. WHO has reviewed the evidence regarding the possible modalities to screen for cervical cancer and has concluded that: screening should be performed at least once for every woman in the target age group (30-49 years) when it is most beneficial; HPV testing, cytology and visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) are all recommended screening tests; cryotherapy or loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) can provide effective and appropriate treatment for the majority of women who screen positive for cervical pre-cancer; “screen-and-treat” and “screen, diagnose and treat” are both valuable approaches. Regardless of the approach used, the key to an effective programme is to reach the largest proportion of women at risk with quality screening and treatment. Organized screening programmes designed to reach most women at risk are preferable to opportunistic screening. Comprehensive approach to cervical cancer WHO recommends a comprehensive approach to cervical cancer prevention and control that includes multi-disciplinary interventions across the life course. Community education, social mobilization, vaccination, screening, treatment and palliative care are needed to improve cervical cancer control. Almost all of cervical cancer deaths could be avoided if known effective interventions were available to all women and implemented, including immunizing adolescent girls against human papilloma virus (HPV) and cervical screening and treatment of pre-cancerous lesions. To build on what exists and enhance progress, 7 UN agencies under the United Nations Task Force on NCDs have established a Joint Programme to prevent and control cervical cancer to provide global leadership and technical assistance to support governments and the partners build and sustain programmes. http://www.who.int/cancer/prevention/diagnosis-screening/cervical-cancer/en/
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CERVICAL CANCER STILL A BURDEN
 
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BURDEN OF THE DISEASE ON RAGE IN UGANDA Approximately 3,577 women are diagnosed with cancer of the cervix every year in Uganda. 2,464 die from this preventable and curable disease. The services for the treatment of cervical cancers however remain scanty in many district referral and regional health facilities. Screening the cervical cancer is encouraged for the women above 25years-49years.
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Stages Of Ovarian Cancer Symptoms | 8 initial symptoms of ovarian cancer
 
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Stages Of Ovarian Cancer Symptoms | 8 initial symptoms of ovarian cancer Ovarian cancer is one of the highest mortality cancers, but if you discover it early you can raise the survival rate to 95%. Ovarian cancer is called "silent killer". This is because, as with other types of cancer, the disease progresses considerably and subjective symptoms appear after treatment becomes difficult. As most cases are found late, the death rate per patient is the highest among gynecologic cancers. According to a recent report, only 50% of the women diagnosed with ovarian cancer can survive for 5 years from the first diagnosis. It is because there are many cases where cancer is discovered at the stage where it has progressed considerably, but medical experts say that if it is found at an early stage, survival rate can be raised up to 95%. Ovarian cancer can occur in women of any age group, but the risk increases at the age of 50 and reaches its peak at the age of 65. In order not to be too late, it is important to learn about the symptoms that may be a danger signal of ovarian cancer. However, remember that the symptoms listed below may also be related to other health problems, so do not rely on self-judgment, you must receive a doctor's diagnosis without fail. Don't forget to subscribe For more recipes and tips, subscribe to the channel! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nhealth64 Follow us on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/105904658669748534934 Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Health channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. _ Images licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com en.wikipedia.org commons.wikimedia.org www.publicdomainpictures.net Some images downloaded from shutterstock.com.
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Eliminating Cervical Cancer - A Call to Action
 
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An estimated 311,000 women die from cervical cancer every year. This is an avoidable tragedy because we know how to prevent cervical cancer and we have the tools to overcome the social, economic, and political disadvantages that contribute to disparities in cervical cancer incidence and mortality. Watch the full-length video here - https://vimeo.com/291822610/2d88ade24e
Immunizing Girls Against Cervical Cancer
 
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From VOA Learning English, welcome to the Health Report in Special English. The GAVI Alliance is a partnership between public health officials and private industry. The group provides vaccines to developing countries. Recently, the alliance announced plans for an immunization campaign to protect 180,000 girls from cervical cancer. It has chosen eight countries to start administering the vaccine for human papillomavirus, or HPV. Most cervical cancers result from HPV. The virus is passed through sex. Seth Berkley is chief executive officer of the GAVI Alliance. He says one woman dies every two minutes from cervical cancer. That is more women than die in childbirth. Dr. Berkley says an estimated 275,000 women die from this cancer each year. And 85 percent of the victims are in the developing world. He warns that, without intervention, the estimate would reach 430,000 deaths a year by 2030. The HPV vaccine is given to girls between the ages of nine and 13. It is only effective before someone is infected with the virus. If infection does take place, the virus may cause extremely small changes at the cellular level. A Pap smear test or Pap test can find those changes. But the test may not be available to women in developing countries. If the infection is not found, the cancer begins to grow and will spread. There are signs like bleeding. And after the cancer spreads, there is pain.The HPV vaccine will be administered as part of school programs in Laos and seven African countries. The seven are Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Sierra Leone and Tanzania. Dr. Berkley notes that efforts must be made to reach girls who are not in school. For VOA Learning English, I'm Alex Villarreal. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 06Feb2013)
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Cervical Cancer Awareness Video
 
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Tanzania has the highest reported number of cervical cancer cases in Eastern Africa and some of the very highest in the World, according to the recent health studies. Using an age-standardized incidence rate (ASR) Tanzania was found to have 50.9 cases per 100,000 women and using an age-standardized mortality rate it had 37.5 per 100,000 women. One-tenth of the estimated 72 000 new cases and 56 000 cervical cancer deaths in Sub-Saharan African countries reported for the year 2000, occurred in Tanzania. This is our small effort to make an awareness on how easy it is to prevent it by regular check up
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AAS NPO : For Awareness on Prevention of Cervical Cancer
 
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AAS NPO : 'PAP for LIFE Project' for Awareness on Prevention of Cervical Cancer About Cervical Cancer Cancer is a global epidemic in present age. Globally, cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality, second only to cardiovascular diseases, with 7.6 million people dying of cancer in 2005. 11' Three quarters of these deaths were in low-to middle-income group countries. The number is expected to increase to 9 million deaths by 2015, and to 11.5 million deaths by 2030. According to a report by LIVESTRONG and the American Cancer Society, the global economic burden of cancer caused premature deaths and disability was a whopping $895 billion in 2008, which is 1.5% of the world's GDP and 18% more than the cost of heart diseases. Cancer can be caused by modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors. More than one third of all cancer deaths can be prevented. The main preventable risk factors of cancer include smoking and tobacco use, lifestyle related factors like sedentary lifestyle, improper diet, obesity, being overweight, infections from cancer causing viruses like HPV and Hepatitis B virus, exposure to environmental pollutants like arsenic, coal smoke, aflatoxins, asbestos, and radiation exposure. Infections are associated with 22% cancer related deaths in developing countries and 6% cancer deaths in developed countries. Hepatitis B and C are linked to cancer of the liver, human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer, and Helicobacterium pylori increases the risk of stomach cancer. Increasing awareness about hygiene, prophylactic measures like vaccination can help decrease the risk of cancer caused by infectious agents Environmental pollutants like arsenic, coal fire smoke aflatoxins and occupational carcinogens like asbestos have also been linked to certain types of cancers. Prevention is better than cure, hence reduction in modifiable risk factors listed above is the best way to reduce one's risk towards cancer. However, what cannot be prevented must be cured. In case of cancer, the treatment options available today are very limited in terms of being capable of providing the complete cure . Symptoms of cancer cervix are bleeding, pain during intercourse, discharge etc and is usually discovered very late. Treatment includes surgery, Radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
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Mouth cancer Screening- Treatment-Execudent
 
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http://goo.gl/L8AQm Mouth Cancer Screening: Mouth cancer is a malignant growth which can occur in any part of the mouth, including the tongue, lips and throat. Mouth cancers have a higher proportion of deaths per number of cases than breast cancer, cervical cancer or skin melanoma. The mortality rate is just over 50%, despite treatment, with about 1,700 deaths per year in the UK. This is because of late detection. Visit Execudent Otters haw Dental at once if you notice any abnormal problems or are not sure. Regular dental checkups allow early detection of abnormalities in the mouth. http://www.execudent.co.uk/treatments/preventive-dentistry/mouth-cancer-screening/
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Postpartum hemorrhage - causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology
 
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Good Morning Ghana : Cervical Cancer Screening
 
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In Ghana, cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women, and the mortality and incidence rate is among the highest in the world.
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Small Cell Cervical Cancer Awareness Video 2013
 
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Small and Large Cell Cervical Cancer Sisterhood awareness video for 2013. SCCC/LCCC are rare and aggressive forms of cervical cancer not associated with HPV, Is not 100% and has a high mortality rate. Please watch our videos and see the women affected by this disease. You can Give to our research fund at https://www.mdanderson.org/gifts/donation-personalize-fund?DFID=UCM_PROD1-000990&EventID=1-4R1RH
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Estudo de câncer de mama e cervical | Série "Ensino e Pesquisa HA"
 
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Um levantamento realizado pelo Hospital de Amor apontou uma importante mudança na incidência e na mortalidade de pacientes por tumores de mama e colo uterino, entre os anos de 2000 e 2015, nos municípios que compreendem o Departamento Regional de Saúde (DRS) V. O estudo, denominado "Overall survival and time trends in breast and cervical cancer incidence and mortality in the Regional Health District (RHD) of Barretos, São Paulo, Brazil", é o tema do "Ensino e Pesquisa HA" desta semana. Confira o depoimento da coordenadora do Registro Hospitalar de Câncer da instituição, Dra. Allini Mafra para saber os resultados obtidos com a pesquisa.
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Cancer Survivors Who Relied On Planned Parenthood’s Treatment Tell Texas Not To Defund It
 
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Texas lawmakers have proposed a budget that would reduce access to cancer screenings for low income women and shut out trusted providers, such as Planned Parenthood, from providing this lifesaving care. To save the lives of Texas women, we need to tell Texas lawmakers to leave the Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening program alone and to Save Our Screenings! Texas has the 6th highest incidence rate and the 9th highest mortality rate of cervical cancer. Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death among women in the United States. Early detection of breast and cervical cancer saves lives. More healthcare access is needed, not less. Saving women’s lives through early detection is about healthcare, not politics. Together we must tell Texas lawmakers: Save Our Screenings! Save the lives of Texas women: http://saveourscreenings.org/
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Cervical Cancer Speech
 
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CERVICAL CANCER 1. OPENING My dearest listener, let me just start by introducing my self. My name is Vania Suriadinata and my NIM 14.0417. Today I’d like to talk with you about cervical cancer 2. EXPLAIN THE BACKGROUND OF MAIN TOPIC Cognizant to the fact that cervical cancer ranks third (3rd) among the estimated leading new cancer death in 2010 and affect relatively young women, notably incidence of cervical cancer usually starts to rise at age 30 and peaks between 45 – 55 years. And I am glad to be here today to convey the importance of health care to prevent cervical cancer to all of you. 3. THE REASON WHY THE TOPIC IS VERY IMPORTANT Cervical cancer remains a public health concern that continues to threaten the welfare and well-being of women and the population as a whole. According to World Health Organization, it is the second most common cancer among women worldwide with about 500.000 news cases and 250.000 deaths each year and is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths among women in the majority of developing countries. 4. THE CONTROVERSY OF THE TOPIC Many people don’t care how important they are to maintain health, especially reproductive health. Many of those who often have sex at an early age. Hey! This is not only going to hurt yourselves, but this will also cause a great impact on your family. 5. SOLUTIONS OF CONTROVERSY Papsmear remains as the gold standard in the early detection of cervical cancer because it is the most reliable, most effective widely accepted and used for over 50 years with evidence that it helped reduce incidence of cervical cancer. For those resource – challenged areas where access to papsmear is difficult , VIA is an alternative test which requires only simple household cane vinegar. So let’s do a papsmear test. This is also for the good to all of us. This test is to prevent cervical cancer early. 6. 1st SOLUTION There are many yet simple ways to prevent women from developing cancer. Screening should be done together with promotion of healthy lifestyle practices such as be monogamous. 7. 2nd SOLUTION Delay sex on early age. Study revealed that women who had been sexually active at a young age have a risk for cervical cancer higher than the women who are waiting to be sexually active at an older age. 8. 3rd SOLUTION Do not smoke. On cigarettes contain carcinogens are substances that trigger cancer. Carcinogens that would cause demage to the DNA or DNA mutations that exist in the cell nucleus. Functional units of DNA called genes-known as a nature offspring. 9. 4th SOLUTION HPV vaccine. Vaccination shown to reduce the risk of cervical cancer because the vaccine has the potential to reduce mortality from cervical cancer as much as two-third of women. 10. LOGICAL REASON WHY THOSE SOLUTION ARE THE BEST SOLUTIONS I'm here to talk to you the government, why you do not get treatment for free pap smear? Look! If you do not listen to me this time, more and more women who died of cervical cancer. And you fathers and mothers, can you try to better supervise your child to not have sex at an early age? It will lead to cervical cancer, because the uterus is not ready to be fertilized. 11. QUALITATIVE EXAMPLE TO PERSUADE THE AUDIENCE So, I’ll give you one example. A beautiful woman from Derry, Ireland named Sorcha Glenn died at a very young age, 23 years from cervical cancer. Sorcha Glenn, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in September 2013, and died more than a year later on October 24, 2014. During her lifetime, she had filed a request to undergo a screening test to determine the potential for the disease. Exactly two months before being diagnosed with cervical cancer, she begged the doctor to give her papsmear test. She was really worried about her family history. However, unfortunately, the test request is rejected. According to the medical side, Sorcha could not be tested because she was not yet 25 years old, the age at which women are invited for their first test in the UK. 12. CLOSING No husband should lose a wife. No sibling should lose a sister. No parents should lose a daughter. And no child should lose a mother. Every women has the right to be screened for cervical cancer. Claim this right because you are important. Thankyou and God Bless You !
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Cervical Cancer in Ethiopia and The 7th Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa Conference
 
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Cervical Cancer in Ethiopia and The 7th Stop Cervical Cancer in Africa Conference
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Cervical cancer treatment to start in health care center
 
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Cervical cancer treatment to start in health care center
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Study: Cervical cancer death rates are higher than estimated
 
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Women's risk of dying from cervical cancer is much higher than scientists previously estimated, according to a new Johns Hopkins study. The study found that black women in the U.S. are dying at a 77 percent higher rate, while white women are dying at a 47 percent higher rate. The previous findings didn't account for women who had hysterectomy procedures, which eliminates the risk of developing the cancer. The National Cancer Institute found that there were about 12,990 new cases of cervical cancer in the United States last year. Of those cases, the report found that 4,120 people died from the disease.
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The changing epidemiology of HPV and cervical cancer
 
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The changing epidemiology of HPV and cervical cancer: from etiology, to validation of prevention methods, to dissemination Air date: Wednesday, May 3, 2017, 3:00:00 PM Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Runtime: 00:53:13 Description: NIH Director's Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series Over three decades of studies moving from etiology to preventive methods research to guidelines development, Dr. Schiffman has learned some broad lessons about the strengths and weaknesses of epidemiology that he will describe. He joined the Clinical Genetics Branch in October 2009 to study intensively why HPV is such a powerful carcinogenic exposure, akin to an acquired genetic trait with high penetrance for a cancer phenotype. The main studies in which Dr. Schiffman played a major role in the past 5 years, listed chronologically, include: The Portland Kaiser Cohort; the Taiwan Cohort Study; the Guanacaste Natural History Study; the ASCUS-LSIL Triage Study (ALTS); the Study to Understand Cervical Cancer Early Endpoints and Determinants (SUCCEED/Biopsy); the Costa Rica Vaccine Trial (CVT); the Persistence and Progression (PaP) Study; and Nigeria Project Itoju. These studies overall have related HPV status to outcome for more than 100,000 women. For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals/2016-2017/changing-epidemiology-hpv-cervical-cancer-etiology-validation-prevention Author: Mark Schiffman, M.D., M.P.H., Senior Investigator, NCI, NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23254
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Ethiopia- Combating Cervical Cancer
 
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Dean's Beans and Grounds for Health provide support for the women of the Sidama Coffee Grower's Cooperative in Ethiopia in their struggle with cervical cancer.
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What is the most common type of cancer in women ? |Find Health Questions
 
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Research Project – Indigenous women and cervical cancer
 
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"How can the mortality rate of Indigenous women with cervical cancer be reduced?" Elsie shares her experiences in completing Research Project.
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6 Subtle Signs Of Cervical Cancer Every Woman Should Know1
 
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6 Subtle Signs Of Cervical Cancer Every Woman Should Know For most cervical cancer sufferers, the first sign of the disease isn't an odd pain or unusual sensation. It's an abnormal Pap test. "At the early stages, there really are no symptoms," says Matthew Anderson, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine. And as is the case with most cancers, the early stages are also the time when treatment outcomes are rosiest. That's why both the CDC and the American Cancer Society recommend that all women start undergoing regular Pap tests at age 21. (Here are the top 10 cancer symptoms most people ignore.) If that Pap test turns up abnormal cells—sometimes referred to as "pre-cancer"—or other signs of the disease, Anderson says treatment usually involves a hysterectomy. That surgery tends to be very successful, he says. On the other hand, if you're noticing symptoms, your cancer may be fairly advanced. "A cure is still possible at that stage, but it's a lot more complex," Anderson says. That cure will probably involve radiation or chemotherapy, and the outcomes are less certain, he says. 1.Abnormal bleeding Unusual vaginaal bleeding is the symptom most strongly linked to cervical cancer, says Joshua Cohen, MD, a gynecologic oncologist at UCLA. "This could be bleeding after intercoursee or between periods," he says. Heavier-than-normal periods or bleeding after menopause are also potential signs of cervical cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. 2.Pelvic pain Along with abnormal bleeding, Anderson refers to pelvic pain as "one of the biggies." He says the pain could be diffuse, or it could show up in any area of your pelvis. It could also range from a sharp pain to a dull ache. Especially if the pain is new or doesn't seem related to your menstrual cycle, you'll want to let your doctor know about it, Anderson says. Pain during sexx or urination are also warning signs. (Heal your whole body with the Doctors Book of Natural Healing Remedies​.) 3.Strange discharge A cloudy, foul-smelling discharge is also a potential red flag, Anderson says. "[The discharge] could also be watery," he adds. Of course, there are many causes of abnormal vaginaal discharge that have nothing to do with cancer. So don't freak out. Just talk with your doc. 4.Fatigue Anderson says you can add cervical cancer to the long list of health issues that could make you feel fatigued or sluggish. "This isn't the first symptom I'd look for, but it could be present." 5.Changes to bowell movements Peeing often or feeling like you always have to go are symptoms associated with the disease, Cohen says. So are persistent changes in the quality of your poopp. Cohen says the emphasis here—and with all of these symptoms, save bleeding—is on the word "persistent." He says experiencing these symptoms for less than a week isn't anything to worry about. But if they stick around or become worse, it's time to see someone. 6.You smoke (or used to smoke) Yes, this is a risk factor, not a symptom. But smokers and former smokers should know their tobacco habit could roughly double their risk for the disease, per a study in the International Journal of Cancer. Anderson says all of the above symptoms—if caused by cervical cancer—are most likely to appear during your late 30s, 40s, or 50s. "We see cervical cancer in women as young as 20, and also much later in life, but the median age is mid-40s," he explains. The good news: You've no doubt heard there is now a vaccine that helps safeguard women from human papillomavirus (HPV), a common type of infection that causes nearly all cases of cervical cancer, per the CDC. As more and more young women are vaccinated, cases of cervical cancer (and other, less-common HPV cancers) should plummet. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXdJqh4rOHguFcgwLlatjLw?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Area: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG2mJutazsE -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH6rdRQ9Ibc -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UtSQrsbnpQ 6 Subtle Signs Of Cervical Cancer Every Woman Should Know By HEALTH AREA
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Kicking Cancer’s Butt | Cornelia Liu Trimble | TEDxBeaconStreet
 
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In 5 years this discovery could put cancer researchers out of work. Dr. Cornelia Liu Trimble, Professor in the Departments of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Pathology, an Oncology, is a physician scientist who is involved not only in elucidating the reasons that distinguish why some patients with human papillomavirus (HPV)-associated cancers progress while others spontaneously regress, but also in using these insights in developing and delivering novel immune therapies effective for HPV disease. At Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, she has established a multidisciplinary program that is unique in the nation – the Center for Cervical Dysplasia. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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HPV. HPV vaccination. Cervical cancer prevention?
 
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Vaccination against HPV virus is a very hot topic now. Many patients are asking me if they shout vaccinate their kids to prevent cervical, anal, vaginal and vulvar cancers. The best answer at this time is: we do not know if vaccination for HPV 16,18 will prevent cancers! Average age of diagnosis of cervical cancer is about 49, for anal cancer is early 60s. As women age, their risk of gynecologic cancer increases, and this is true for both vaginal cancer and vulvar cancer. The average age of women diagnosed with invasive vulvar cancer is 70. In cases of vaginal cancer, half occur in women 70 years of age and older. HPV vaccine has not been long enough on the market to conclude that it will prevent any cancers; it’s an assumption at this time. When kids, that had been vaccinated in 2006, will get to their 50th ,60th and 70th we will look at the morbidity and mortality statistics and would be able to see if there is a decline. Only then we will talk about its cost effectiveness. It will be important then because we may find that research, production, administration of vaccine and also caring for people who were damaged by this vaccine may outwait the benefits. At this time we know that HPV 16,18 contribute to cellular dysplasia, but other host factors, such as immune system, hormonal status and somatic mutation of cervical cancer suppression gene LKB1 will contribute to progression of cervical dysplasia to aggressive cancer. At this time drastic changes could be made in prevention of many other types of cancers! Cancers of colon and lungs have high morbidity and mortality rates! Improving diet and smoking cessation will prevent a lot of deaths! We: physicals, nurses and other health care practitioners should lead the education programs. As for HPV vaccine as vaccine for cancer prevention… Because it’s an ongoing research project, it should be presented to people accordingly. Somatic LKB1 Mutations Promote Cervical Cancer Progression http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0005137 Stay healthy Doctor Veronica
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What Do You Want to Know About Cervical Cancer
 
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What Do You Want to Know About Cervical Cancer. What is cervical growth?. Cervical malignancy is a sort of disease that happens in the cervix. The cervix associates the lower some portion of a lady's uterus to her vagina. Cervical disease was at one time a main source of death among U.S. ladies. That changed when the Pap spread turned out to be generally accessible. This test enables specialists to discover precancerous changes in a lady's cervix and treat them. As per the American Cancer Society (ACS), the death rate has declined by 50 percent inside the most recent 40 years. The ACS gauges that in 2017, roughly 12,820 American ladies will be determined to have cervical malignancy and 4,210 will bite the dust from the ailment. Most examples will be analyzed in ladies who are between the ages of 20 and 50. What is the cervix?. The uterine cervix is otherwise called "the mouth of the womb." If you're a lady, it's the empty chamber that associates your uterus to your vagina. Your uterus is the place a hatchling develops amid a pregnancy. The surface of your cervix faces outward into your vagina. It's comprised of sorts of cells not quite the same as the coating of your cervical channel. Most cervical growths begin on the surface of the cervix. What is the association between cervical malignancy and HPV?. All cervical diseases are caused by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV). There are various diverse strains of HPV. Just certain writes are related with cervical disease. The two sorts that most normally cause tumor are HPV-16 and HPV-18. Disease with a tumor causing strain of HPV doesn't mean you'll get cervical malignancy. Your safe framework takes out most by far of HPV contaminations. A great many people are freed of the infection inside two years. In any case, HPV is to a great degree normal. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention evaluates that most sexually dynamic people will wind up contaminated by HPV amid their lifetime. HPV can likewise cause different malignancies in ladies and men. These incorporate:. *vulvar growth. *vaginal growth. *penile growth. *anal growth. *rectal growth. *throat growth. Nonetheless, disease from the two most normal tumor causing strains of HPV is preventable by antibody. Immunization is best before a man turns out to be sexually dynamic. Both young men and young ladies can be inoculated against HPV. The danger of HPV transmission can likewise be diminished by rehearsing safe sex. In any case, condoms can't keep all HPV contaminations. The infection can likewise be transmitted from skin to skin. What is a Pap spread?. A Pap spread is a test specialists use to analyze cervical disease. To play out this test, your specialist gathers cells from the surface of your cervix. These cells are then sent to a lab to be inspected under a magnifying instrument for proof of precancerous or destructive changes. In the event that such changes are discovered, your specialist may propose a colposcopy, a system for looking at your cervix. Early sores can be expelled before they cause excessively harm. Routine Pap smears have significantly diminished the quantity of passings from cervical growth. What is the viewpoint for cervical disease?. The five-year survival rates for cervical malignancies that are gotten early are phenomenal. This isn't the situation for bigger, obtrusive growths. At the point when the growth has spread, or metastasized, inside the pelvic district, the five-year survival rate drops to 57 percent. On the off chance that the growth spreads past this zone, the rate drops to 16 percent, as indicated by the ACS. Routine Pap smears are imperative. Gotten early, cervical growth is exceptionally treatable. Precancerous changes are regularly identified and treated before cervical malignancy can create. Testing and treatment stops cervical growth before it begins. As per the ACS, the greater part of American ladies who are determined to have cervical growth have either never had a Pap spread or not had one over the most recent five years. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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WINGS Cervical Cancer Prevention Program
 
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WINGS CERVICAL CANCER DETECTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM: www.winsguate.org Cervical cancer is a highly preventable disease when access to screening and treatment are available. Unfortunately, it remains a major threat to women in the developing world due to inadequate public health service provision and the high prevalence of risk factors, including early initiation of sexual activity, high fertility rates, and lack of screening services. In response to alarmingly high cervical cancer mortality rates in Guatemala, WINGS founded the Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Project in 2001. With a focus on serving Guatemalan women disproportionately impacted by cervical cancer—the poor, rural and indigenous—the Project provides health education, life-saving detection services, as well as follow-up treatment when necessary. To date, WINGS has administered more than 36,000 cervical cancer screening tests at mobile clinics and continues to reach an average of 3,500 women annually. To guarantee maximum participation and community buy-in, WINGS' Cervical Cancer Program Coordinators, in conjunction with local government and grassroots partners, conduct informal pre-clinic educational seminars, or charlas. At each charla, women are provided with basic information regarding cervical cancer including risk factors, disease progression, available treatments, and the importance of regular screening. In addition, WINGS pairs all screening clinics with family planning outreach. At each clinic, a family planning educator delivers a talk to all women on reproductive risk and family planning and provides referrals for family planning methods. Since 2006, WINGS has used the low-cost Visual Inspection of the Cervix with Acetic Acid/Cryotherapy (VIA/Cryo) technique. VIA/Cryo allows WINGS' staff to screen and, when non-advanced abnormalities are detected, to treat women with cryotherapy during the same visit. This technique reduces time and expense on the part of patients, who often travel several hours and forego a day's wages to attend our clinics. Same-day treatment also saves lives, because many women who receive positive diagnoses through other programs and are referred for later follow-up treatment do not access that treatment because of time constraints or lack of financial resources. When cryotherapy is not sufficient, WINGS subsidizes all additional care for women, whether at a private clinic or at Guatemala's National Cancer Institute. For information of to make a donation, please visit our website above ro email us to info@wingsguate.org
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How Long Do You Have To Live If You Have Cancer?
 
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Get living with cervical cancer end stages of terminal severe jaundice what to expect. Her name is spend as much time you can with your mom and have fun. Probably the most common are 'how long do i have' and 'what will happen'. How long can a person with lung cancer live? Sharecare. Googleusercontent search. How long does someone with pancreatic cancer tend to live? Zocdoc. Livestrong we can help just diagnosed life expectancy difficult questions when you are dying cancer how long someone live with and without receiving any managing as a chronic illness american society. Questions people ask about cancer american society. Common myths about colon cancer answer line ut all can anyone survive stage four cancer? Messages compass. God bless you 6 jun 2011 stage 4 cancer is a condition in which has spread that have not (stage 1), 90 percent of patients will live another five years, some forms the capacity to lie dormant for long indeed, it might be difficult read, especially if are woman who's had breast but does anyone know how can with un treated cancer? It make throw up or diarhea regardless whether survival rates colorectal vary greatly on case by basis. It simply means that the study followed participants for long. This doesn't mean that survivors only live five more years. If you have had a close relative diagnosed with colon cancer, should talk to please if believe in god, pray for my mom. I wasn't for me, the words 'you need a biopsy' were more shocking and devastating than have cancer. When i my mil in the end stages of terminal cancer she's getting worse by day liver is failing how long can people live with severe jaundice such as this? Of grief and have not cried for days don't know if this should feel just nikki your now? How did you get through yesterday? Livestrong we help diagnosed life expectancy difficult questions when are dying someone without receiving any managing a chronic illness american society. For example some breast cancers have a very the life expectancy for specific type of cancer is often reported as five year survival rate. Also, the concern about cancer recurring lessens after five years 12 feb 2016 some people can live with for a long time, even many. Cancer scoring to predict how long patients have left live daily mail. With stage ii disease whose cancer comes back after treatment is said to have a living with crc zocdoc answers how long does someone pancreatic tend live? If you think may medical emergency, call your doctor or (in the do doctors know person will continue However, if become too sick before they completed an advance directive, reassure patient that honor directives, such as wills in 2012, there were nearly 77,000 people stomach united states. Living with stage 4 cancer how long can you live cancer? Cancers forum ehealthforumfight colorectal. You ongoing treatment to help keep it under control for as long possible is not always predict how someone will live. In the four long days between biopsy and diag
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CRR: Cervical Cancer and HPV Webinar 2014
 
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September 30 2014 National Native Network Cancer Risk Reduction in Indian Country Webinar: Cervical Cancer and HPV. Presented by Meg Watson, MPH Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, CDC. Meg Watson is an epidemiologist in the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control at the CDC. Her work primarily focuses on skin cancer and human papilloma virus (HPV)-associated cancers. She leads work groups on HPV and cervical cancer, and on skin cancer. In 2014 she published an article on cervical cancer incidence and mortality among AVAN women, and she led the team that developed the Surgeon General ’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer. She previously organized the production and publication of two scientific journal supplements, one to assess the burden of HPV-associated cancers in the US and one to examine melanoma surveillance in the US. Meg earned her Master of Public Health at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Learning objectives for the webinar were as follows: Describe the connection between HPV and cervical cancer Differentiate American Indian and Alaska Native cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates across regions Describe HPV vaccination opportunities and barriers Funding for this webinar was made possible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention DP13–1314 Consortium of National Networks to Impact Populations Experiencing Tobacco-Related and Cancer Health Disparities. Webinar contents do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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2015 Breast Cancer Mortality
 
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EU-TOPIA  towards improved cancer screening in all of Europe
 
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Breast, cervical and colorectal cancer cause more than 250,000 deaths each year in Europe. This represents 20% of overall cancer mortality. While substantial progress has been made in the detection and treatment of these cancers, there is a persisting inequality in cancer burden across European countries. Screening has been introduced in several European countries in an effort to reduce cancer burden. However, these programmes vary considerably and the long-term effectiveness of screening has only been assessed in a few. In an effort to identify opportunities to improve cancer outcomes across Europe, EU-TOPIA (Towards improved screening for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer in all of Europe), a five year project (2015-2020) funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, is now underway. During 2017 -2019 EU-TOPIA will organise four interactive workshops on cancer screening monitoring and evaluation across Europe. During the workshops attendees will be provided with the opportunity to develop a greater understanding of the web-based tools and how to utilise them effectively in their country setting. In addition, the workshops will support networking and provide an unique opportunity to interact with colleagues from all over Europe and share knowledge. We invite delegates (policymakers and researchers) from across Europe and associated countries to participate in the workshops. www.eu-topia.org This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 634753
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PAP for LIFE Project by AAS NPO
 
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About Cervical Cancer Cancer is a global epidemic in present age. Globally, cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality, second only to cardiovascular diseases, with 7.6 million people dying of cancer in 2005. 11' Three quarters of these deaths were in low-to middle-income group countries. The number is expected to increase to 9 million deaths by 2015, and to 11.5 million deaths by 2030. According to a report by LIVESTRONG and the American Cancer Society, the global economic burden of cancer caused premature deaths and disability was a whopping $895 billion in 2008, which is 1.5% of the world's GDP and 18% more than the cost of heart diseases. Cancer can be caused by modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors. More than one third of all cancer deaths can be prevented. The main preventable risk factors of cancer include smoking and tobacco use, lifestyle related factors like sedentary lifestyle, improper diet, obesity, being overweight, infections from cancer causing viruses like HPV and Hepatitis B virus, exposure to environmental pollutants like arsenic, coal smoke, aflatoxins, asbestos, and radiation exposure. Infections are associated with 22% cancer related deaths in developing countries and 6% cancer deaths in developed countries. Hepatitis B and C are linked to cancer of the liver, human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer, and Helicobacterium pylori increases the risk of stomach cancer. Increasing awareness about hygiene, prophylactic measures like vaccination can help decrease the risk of cancer caused by infectious agents Environmental pollutants like arsenic, coal fire smoke aflatoxins and occupational carcinogens like asbestos have also been linked to certain types of cancers. Prevention is better than cure, hence reduction in modifiable risk factors listed above is the best way to reduce one's risk towards cancer. However, what cannot be prevented must be cured. In case of cancer, the treatment options available today are very limited in terms of being capable of providing the complete cure . Symptoms of cancer cervix are bleeding, pain during intercourse, discharge etc and is usually discovered very late. Treatment includes surgery, Radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
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Breaking News - Australia 'to eliminate' cervical cancer
 
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Cervical cancer: Australia 'to be first to eliminate disease' Australia will become the first country to effectively eliminate cervical cancer if vaccination and screening rates are maintained, researchers say.The disease could be eradicated as a public health issue nationally within 20 years, according to new modelling.It is predicted to be classified as a rare cancer in Australia by 2022, when it should drop to less than six cases per 100,000 people.Scientists attribute the progress to national prevention programmes.In 2007, Australia became one of the first countries to introduce a Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccination scheme for girls. The programme was later extended to boys. It complemented a national screening programme that began in 1991.The new modelling was published by the Cancer Council New South Wales (NSW), a charity, in The Lancet Public Health Journal on Wednesday.Elimination effortsCervical cancer is caused by high-risk types of HPV, a sexually transmitted infection. It is the fourth-most frequent cancer in women and has a high mortality rate globally, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).Australia's current annual cervical cancer rate stands at seven cases per 100,000 people, about half the global average. The study predicted that annual cases in Australia would drop to four in 100,000 by 2035 - a potential elimination threshold, the researchers suggested.The WHO has not yet established such a standard for when cervical cancer becomes so uncommon it is deemed eliminated.Regardless of what the [elimination] threshold is, it is likely Australia would be the first country to reach it given our current low rate of cervical cancer, and our strong prevention programmes, Dr Megan Smith, a researcher from Cancer Council NSW told the BBC.Last year, Australia replaced its routine screening standards for the cancer - a pap smear examination - with more sensitive HPV News Today, Breaking News, Breaking news today, US News, UK News, trump news, World news
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cancer, early signs,diagnoses,risk factors,free treatment- interview of an oncologist
 
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physical , mental and soul helath awareness by a medical consultant in easy Hindi and english. Facts of health related issues are based on authentic scientific information. short powerful motivational stories are also included in the channel. In this video Dr Avyact AGRAWAL IS TAKING INTERVIEW OF renowned oncologist Dr shyam ji Rawat . in easy hindi doctor duo is discussing each and every aspect of cancer symptoms,diagnosis and. management. be it risk factors for cancer or early diagnosis of cancer,mortality,prognosis,cure,myths in the community,biopsy etc our viewed will get most updated ,authentic scientific information as always as we are committed to that. To Follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/avyact.agrawal.5
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How Many People Have Been Diagnosed With Cancer?
 
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Insights into Cancer: Ovarian and Other Gynecologic Cancers
 
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Gynecological cancers include ovarian, uterine cervical and vulvar cancer; ovarian cancer is the most common of these diseases in women. This talk presents the latest information on both surgical and medical oncology treatments for these diseases with an emphasis on ovarian cancer. While surgery is often the first line approach, primary treatment can and often includes additional systemic therapeutic approaches. In recent years, these systemic approaches have gone beyond traditional chemotherapy to include new generations of novel treatment strategies that target specific growth-promoting pathways and offer a more focused and personalized approach. Drs. Joshua Cohen and Gottfried Konecny explore both surgical and systemic treatments within each of these diseases. They present both traditional successful strategies and newer approaches to halt the growth of this cancer through immunotherapy techniques and antibody treatments to reduce blood vessels and nutrients reaching the tumors. Upcoming approaches are also discussed. Event date: April 12, 2016
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