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Breast Cancer Prevention
Approximately 1 of 9 women will develop breast cancer in her life time. Certain women are at higher risk than others. What are the factors that place some women at increased risk? Is there anything that can be done to prevent breast cancer? Read this article to learn more.
Breast Cancer Screening
Breast cancer screening consists of self-breast examination, clinical examination by a physician and routine imaging, usually with mammography. Read this article to learn about the recommended screening intervals for women at average risk of developing breast cancer.
Breast problems are a common complaint of reproductive aged women. These findings produce a great deal of distress since most women immediately worry about cancer. However, the majority of breast problems are non-cancerous or benign. Read this article to learn more about these problems.
Cancer of the Birth Canal
Malignancy of the birth canal (BC) is extremely rare, representing 3% of cancers of the female genital tract. This is the least discussed reproductive organ cancer yet it too can be devastating causing significant morbidity and mortality. Read this article to learn more.
Cancer Screening Tests
There is something you can do to prevent cancer! Read this article to learn about the recommended screening tests which are easy to obtain and can be life saving.
Candida or Yeast Infections
Yeast infections are a common cause of distress, discomfort and expense for women. Read this article to understand more about the cause and treatment of this annoying problem.
Causes of Endometrial Cancer
Endometrial cancers can be grouped into 2 types. The most common type usually results from excessive estrogen exposure. Read this article to learn more about the signs of this cancer.
Causes of Obesity
Obesity is one of the top social concerns of our day. It is associated with an increased risk of chronic medical problems such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. It is a potentially preventable condition. This article will discuss the contributors to obesity.
Cervical Cancer Prevention
Cervical cancer can be prevented. Fortunately we have the ability to offer primary and secondary prevention. Read this article to learn how you can save your life and the lives of your sisters, mothers, daughters and friends.
Cervical Cancer Screening
The institution of routine Pap test has reduced the incidence of cervical cancer by 50% over the past 3 decades but it still remains a problem. It is the second most common cancer in women worldwide. New screening test are now available which augments the pap. Read this article to learn more.
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