Single-dose human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine offers solid protection against cervical cancer0 (0)
The April 4-7 meeting of the WHO Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) assessed the evidence that has emerged in recent years that single-dose regimens provide comparable efficacy to two- or two-dose regimens. three doses
It is not always necessary to remove the ovaries in women who undergo the removal of the uterus0 (0)
The only known function of the uterus is to house and allow the embryo to grow during pregnancy, and to promote expulsion at the time of delivery. On the other hand, the ovaries have the main function of producing sex hormones
My name is Sandi Racco, I am from Canada and have been living in Australia for the last nine years. About six months ago I went in for my routine Pap smear and HPV test and the result was abnormal I
The role of hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) began to be studied more than two decades ago when randomized clinical trials compared surgery plus HIPEC Versus palliative chemotherapy in patients with colorectal cancer.
The vaccine against the human papillomavirus (HPV) is reducing cases of cervical cancer by almost 90%, according to the first epidemiological data after the start of vaccination. Cancer Research UK described the findings as "historic" and said they showed the vaccine
Women with ovarian cancer must insist on visiting the doctor when symptoms persist, even when nonspecific. Also, they should visit an adequately trained specialist to get the best cure expectations and receive a multidisciplinary treatment as fast as possible, according
Stem cell scientists have revealed the origins of ovarian cancer by modeling the tissues of the fallopian tubes, allowing them to characterize how a genetic mutation puts women at high risk of developing this cancer. The tissues created, known as
Cytalux (pafolacianince), a drug that binds to ovarian cancer tissue and glows when exposed to fluorescent light, has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help surgeons detect ovarian tumors during surgical procedures in patients.
Diet and lifestyle can help reduce the risk of certain types of cancers, including ovarian cancer. Additionally, a healthy diet and lifestyle may also help improve overall quality of life and survival rates in women who have already been diagnosed