Cancer is one word we never want to talk about, not because we don’t care, but we are just too scared to talk about, but the truth is that we all need to work together to support the research for all kind of cancer.
Getting information, reseaching, and asking question helps us all in the long run, it means you are more awear of the likely posibility of any one having cancer, and therefore if you have some information about it, you will be able to know if there is any form or kind of changes in you.
There are many web information about cancer, so if you are diagnosed with cancer, your GP gives you the best of up to date information, as well as getting in formations from other bodies, knowing what kind of treatment is available, you can only get this information if you research or ask questions. One of the most common form of cancer for women is
Breast cancer is unfortunately one of the most common cancer in the UK, this makes it more real and very important to know to look out for, and your body changes, you need o know how to feel and check your breast, remember breast cancer can affect any one regardless of your age.
Tell us your quesion and tell us what information your have and we can work together to inform every women.
What we don’t realise is that Cervical cancer is mosly preventable, this is due to heavy research and big thanks to vaccination and screening.
Every year in the UK, over 2,800 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and nearly 1,000 women will die from the disease. After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women aged 35 and under.
“Cervical cancer is not thought to be hereditary. Cervical cancer, in 99.7% of cases, is caused by persistent infection with a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a very common virus transmitted through skin to skin contact in the genital area. Up to 80% of people of reproductive age will be infected with HPV at some point in their lives. However, for the majority of women this will not result in cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is rare while HPV infection is common”. for more visit Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Women Confidentials
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