Fighting the War Against Cervical Cancer
According to the World Health Organisation cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women. The high mortality rate from cervical cancer globally could be reduced through prevention, early diagnosis, effective screening and treatment programmes.
Nurse Rehema Nkomola examines a woman for cervical cancer. (file).
Citizen, 10 April 2018
Vice President, Ms Samia Suluhu, has today, April 10, launched national drive to provide cervical cancer vaccine to all women aged 14 and above. Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 9 April 2018
The Government has launched a vaccination programme for cervical cancer meant to address high infections and related deaths among women in Zimbabwe. Read more »
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 21 March 2018
Deaths from cervical cancer will double in the Middle East and North Africa by 2035 unless conservative nations vaccinate young women and tackle sexual taboos, a study said on… Read more »
Nyasa Times, 15 March 2018
First Lady Gertrude Mutharika on Wednesday took her cancer awareness initiative to Kasungu district in an effort to drum support for the reduction of deaths of women caused by… Read more »
Daily News, 4 April 2018
THE Ministry of Health has urged all parents to ensure that their daughters were vaccinated against cervical cancer during the upcoming nationwide campaign. Read more »