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Cervical cancer screening rates in Peel lower than provincial average - Mississauga

October 31, 2014 - 5:05pm

Cervical cancer screening rates in Peel lower than provincial average
Mississauga
But, we are continuing to work with communities to ensure women understand the importance of regular screening even past the age of 60, as the risk of developing cervical cancer still exists. Cancer screening saves lives and the Pap test has proven to ...

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Cervical cancer screening rates in Peel lower than provincial average - Brampton Guardian

October 31, 2014 - 5:05pm

Cervical cancer screening rates in Peel lower than provincial average
Brampton Guardian
But, we are continuing to work with communities to ensure women understand the importance of regular screening even past the age of 60, as the risk of developing cervical cancer still exists. Cancer screening saves lives and the Pap test has proven to ...

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Could Japanese shiitake mushrooms kill the HPV virus that causes cervical ... - Daily Mail

October 31, 2014 - 2:53pm

Daily Mail

Could Japanese shiitake mushrooms kill the HPV virus that causes cervical ...
Daily Mail
A Japanese mushroom could hold the key to killing the virus that causes cervical cancer. The Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a common, and highly contagious, infection that affects skin and the moist membrane linings of the body, for example, in the ...
Supplement shows promise in fighting HPVHouston Chronicle
Japanese mushrooms to treat HPV?TheHealthSite
UTHealth Research Shows Mushroom Extract, AHCC, Helpful In Treating HPVRedOrbit
AsiaOne
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Cervical cancer screening rates in Peel lower than provincial average CANCER ... - Mississauga

October 31, 2014 - 2:46pm

Cervical cancer screening rates in Peel lower than provincial average CANCER ...
Mississauga
PEEL — Cervical cancer screening by women over the age of 60 in Mississauga and Brampton is below the provincial average, according to an Ontario organization that works to eliminate the disease. Cancer Care Ontario said the number of women getting ...

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Why My Grandma Never Had A Pap Smear - NPR (blog)

October 31, 2014 - 2:36pm

NPR (blog)

Why My Grandma Never Had A Pap Smear
NPR (blog)
"So, did Grandma ever have a Pap smear?" A strange question for a son to ask his mom, as I did last Thursday, but it came to mind because of careHPV. The careHPV test is a quick, simple DNA test for the primary cause of cervical cancer — human ...

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Japanese mushroom extract helpful in treating Cervical Cancer, study says - Science Times

October 31, 2014 - 2:32pm

Fox News

Japanese mushroom extract helpful in treating Cervical Cancer, study says
Science Times
Certain types of mushrooms are potently delicious and, at the same time, have medicinal properties that make it among the healthiest foods on earth. Among the most highly regarded mushrooms are Shiitake, maitake, and reishi mushrooms, and are popular ...
Cervical Cancer: HPV Virus in Women Eliminated by Nutritional Supplement ...International Business Times UK
Mushroom extract could help treat human papillomavirusKABC-TV
HPV infections in women eradicated by AHCC, Japanese mushroom extractScience Codex
Infection Control Today -VOXXI
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Over 80 Percent Cases of Cervical Cancer Detected At Late Stages - AllAfrica.com

October 31, 2014 - 9:03am

Over 80 Percent Cases of Cervical Cancer Detected At Late Stages
AllAfrica.com
More than 80 percent of cervical cancer cases in The Gambia are detected in the later stages, and are associated with very low survival rates, the regional health officer in the West Coast Region (WCR), Sandialy Trawally has disclosed. The health ...

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Fighting the “Neighbour's Disease” in Mozambique - Inter Press Service

October 31, 2014 - 6:08am

Fighting the “Neighbour's Disease” in Mozambique
Inter Press Service
MAPUTO, Oct 31 2014 (IPS) - Mozambique is reeling under the twin burden of HIV and cervical cancer. Eleven women die of cervical cancer every day, or 4,000 a year. Yet this cancer is preventable and treatable, if caught early. Among African countries ...

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Cervical cancer vow as inspirational Sorcha Glenn (23) dies - Belfast Telegraph

October 30, 2014 - 11:55pm

Belfast Telegraph

Cervical cancer vow as inspirational Sorcha Glenn (23) dies
Belfast Telegraph
She had personally requested a cervical screening test at a young age as both of her grandmothers had died from cervical cancer, but testing was refused. Symptoms later appeared and Sorcha returned to the doctor, where she was diagnosed with cervical ...
call to lower cervical screening ageBBC News

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'Lady Ganga' breaks record before cervical cancer death - Bayoubuzz

October 30, 2014 - 10:26pm

CNN

'Lady Ganga' breaks record before cervical cancer death
Bayoubuzz
Michele Baldwin was 45 years old when she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. The single mother decided to do something extraordinary before her death: Break a world paddle boarding record on the Ganges River. Baldwin was supposed to be featured ...
'Lady Ganga' breaks world record before deathKSPR

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'Lady Ganga': What she did with just a few months to live - CNN

October 30, 2014 - 5:20pm

CNN

'Lady Ganga': What she did with just a few months to live
CNN
Baldwin, a 45-year-old single mother, was diagnosed with late-stage cervical cancer in 2011. Doctors gave her just a few months to live. So she decided to use the time she had left to make a difference. Lumiere met Baldwin shortly after she returned ...

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Mother's call to lower cervical screening age - BBC News

October 30, 2014 - 1:25pm

BBC News

Mother's call to lower cervical screening age
BBC News
The mother of a Londonderry woman whose daughter died of cervical cancer last week, has appealed for smear tests to be offered to women under 25. 23-year-old Sorcha Glenn had been diagnosed with cervical cancer last year after originally being turned ...

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Cervical Cancer: HPV Virus in Women Eliminated by Nutritional Supplement ... - International Business Times UK

October 30, 2014 - 8:41am

Cervical Cancer: HPV Virus in Women Eliminated by Nutritional Supplement ...
International Business Times UK
This is the first time that doctors have been able to eliminate the virus, which has long been associated with cervical cancer. "HPV is associated with 99% of cervical cancers as well as many other life threatening cancers," said research head, Dr ...

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Cervical Cancer Survey Seeks Lesbian And Bisexual Women - pride source.com

October 29, 2014 - 5:34pm

Cervical Cancer Survey Seeks Lesbian And Bisexual Women
pride source.com
Michael Johnson, a PhD student at Medical University of South Carolina, is seeking input from lesbian and bisexual women on a study involving cervical cancer and screenings. Johnson, who's been involved with LGBT advocacy and research for a number of ...

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Charity Run Promotes Cervical, Breast Cancer Screening Project - Women of China

October 28, 2014 - 11:17pm

Women of China

Charity Run Promotes Cervical, Breast Cancer Screening Project
Women of China
Over the past five years, Beijing Women's Federation have offered free cervical cancer screening to 1.56 million women and provided breast cancer screening to 1.42 million women. Beijing became the first city in China to give free cervical cancer and ...
Cancer Council Queensland launches Atlas of Women's Cancer to check ...Courier Mail
Breast Cancer month – awareness is keyThe Herald-News
It is Vital to Take Steps to Reduce Chances of Getting Breast CancerMaine News

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Cervical Cancer Survey Seeks Lesbian And Bisexual Women - pride source.com

October 28, 2014 - 4:23pm

pride source.com

Cervical Cancer Survey Seeks Lesbian And Bisexual Women
pride source.com
Michael Johnson, a PhD student at Medical University of South Carolina, is seeking input from lesbian and bisexual women on a study involving cervical cancer and screenings. Johnson, who's been involved with LGBT advocacy and research for a number of ...

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Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer - Wicked Local Plymouth

October 28, 2014 - 2:47pm

Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer
Wicked Local Plymouth
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common, sexually-transmitted infection that, with the exception of the seasonal flu and pneumonia, hurts and kills more people than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined. It can lead to cervical ...

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Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer - Wicked Local Winchester

October 28, 2014 - 2:41pm

Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer
Wicked Local Winchester
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common, sexually-transmitted infection that, with the exception of the seasonal flu and pneumonia, hurts and kills more people than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined. It can lead to cervical ...

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Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer - Taunton Daily Gazette

October 28, 2014 - 2:36pm

Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer
Taunton Daily Gazette
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common, sexually-transmitted infection that, with the exception of the seasonal flu and pneumonia, hurts and kills more people than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined. It can lead to cervical ...

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Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer - Taunton Daily Gazette

October 28, 2014 - 2:36pm

Physician Focus: Vaccine can prevent cervical cancer
Taunton Daily Gazette
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common, sexually-transmitted infection that, with the exception of the seasonal flu and pneumonia, hurts and kills more people than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined. It can lead to cervical ...

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