Globally, only around 1-3% women are reported to be diagnosed with cervical cancer when pregnant. However, this number is slowly going up due to women opting for late pregnancies.
Breast cancer & cervical cancer are two of the topmost cancers in women worldwide. However, awareness about cervical cancer is far less than breast cancer. Understand why.
While more men fell prey to cancer earlier, more and more women are now being struck with the dreaded C-disease. Understand what you need to watch out for.
Susceptibility of women to cancer in terms of incidence and mortality, is on the rise globally. However, if detected in time, most of these cancers can be stopped from metastasizing or turning fatal.
Smoking causes several cancers in women apart from lung cancer. Read on to know more about the kind of cancers women can fall prey to by lighting the proverbial ‘cancer stick’.
Pay heed to these 10 signs to understand if your body is exhibiting early signs of cancer.
How cervical cancer can adversely affect your fertility and the process of getting pregnant
The impact of being diagnosed with cervical cancer can lead to several emotional ramifications about how cervical cancer can affect your sex life.
How timely screening and effective lifestyle management can stop cervical cancer in its tracks.
The connection between women and the human papilloma virus (HPV) infection is well known. But do we know all the important things about it? Let’s find out.