Dr. Barrett discusses dietary and lifestyle interventions to help prevent cervical cancer.
Everything You Should Know.
Cervical cancer is a cancer affecting women and the number of patients increased in recent years. Of all patients with cancer in Indonesia, a third of patients with cervical cancer. This cancer is a scary killer for women. Obtaining information about this cancer can help more women to avoid one of the most deadly diseases.
Cervical cancer is one of the diseases most common cancer for women. Every hour, one woman died in Indonesia because of cervical cancer. Fact is that millions of women in the world are infected with HPV (Human Papilloma Virus), which is considered sexually transmitted diseases are most common in the world.
In Indonesia, every one hour, one woman died of cervical cancer. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this infection is a major risk factor for cervical cancer. Every year, hundreds of thousands cases of HPV are diagnosed in the world and thousands of women die from cervical cancer, which is caused by the infection. Given the fact that this horrible, the various measures prevention and treatment have been made to address cervical cancer.
Cervical cancer occur in the reproductive organs of a woman. The cervix is the narrow part at the bottom of the vagina and uterus of a woman. In part this is happening and the growth of cervical cancer. What causes cervical cancer? How to prevent? And how to handle it if it is infected with HPV?
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– This 3D medical animation explains how to prevent cervical cancer. The disease begins with the human papillomavirus which can be prevented using the vaccine Gardasil (Silgard).