World Cancer Day (4th February)

The celebration of World Cancer Day is on the 4th of February every year. Reducing the number of cancer patients and decreasing the rate of cancer deaths is the primary purpose of celebrating this day. There is also another aim of this occasion. That is to educate the...

Pap Smear

A procedure for the testing of cervical cancer in women is called a Pap smear or a Pap test. In this procedure, the doctor collects cells from your cervix. It is the narrow lower end of your uterus that is above your vagina. If there is early detection of cancer with...

Cervical Cancer

The name of the lower part of your uterus connecting it to the vagina is the cervix. If cancer develops in the cells of your cervix, it is called cervical cancer. Behind most cervical cancers, human papillomavirus (HPV), which is a sexually transmitted infection, has...

Garlic and Cancer

As there are antibacterial and antioxidant effects of garlic in the human body, it is thought to have cancer prevention properties. A number of studies have also proved it to be true. In relation to cancers of different parts of the body including pancreas, colon,...

The 8-Step Oral Cancer Self-Screening

December 6, 2019, is National Oral Cancer Day. Every year, on this day, we vow to raise awareness about oral cancer among all people. If more and more people become aware of the threats of oral cancer, they will try to remain safe from it and take the necessary steps...