World Cancer Day

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Cervical health awareness is crucial for women, even during pregnancy

World Cancer Day: Patients with cervical cancer, who continue their pregnancy, should be closely monitored until delivery. Advanced medical science has enabled gynecologists to remove cancerous cervix while preserving the womb.

World Cancer Day: Sonali Bendre, Tahira Kashyap and others share their stories

On World Cancer Day, several Bollywood stars, including Sonali Bendre and Tahira Kashyap, shared their story of fighting cancer. Some stars remembered how their family members stood strong against cancer.


World Cancer Day: A majority of paediatric cancer cases can be cured

World Cancer Day: In India, it is estimated that about 50,000 children between the age group of 0 to 19 years are diagnosed with cancer each year. The cure rate is high overall and about 90 per cent of children with some forms of cancer can be cured.

World Cancer Day 2019: Early signs of lung cancer that you shouldn't ignore

World Cancer Day Today: According to experts, lung cancer is curable only if it is detected early. Here are some of the early signs of lung cancer that you shouldn't ignore. 

World Cancer Day 2019: How to detect early signs of throat cancer?

The symptoms of throat cancer depend on the specific location of the infection. Know how to understand the warning signs of throat cancer.

World Cancer Day 2019: How to detect early signs of breast cancer?

On World Cancer Day 2019, we have curated a list of signs and symptoms of breast cancer that you should be aware of so that you can raise the flag at the right time. 


World Cancer Day: He never smoked or chewed pan, but this man was diagnosed with cancer twice

And as Cancer recurrence struck, he not only had to deal with the pain, he also had to cope with the anger, distress and self-doubt. But with a zeal to fight back, he adapted himself to the new scenarios.

World Cancer Day 2018: Theme, goals and significance

For 2016 to 2018, the theme for observing World Cancer Day is 'We Can. I can.' Under this theme, people are expected to, individually and collectively, understand and work towards lessening the impact and harmful effects of the condition globally.

World Cancer Day today: Call for equal access to reduce premature cancer deaths by 25 per cent

Spearheaded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), World Cancer Day is observed under the tagline “We can. I can”, which explores how everyone — as a collective or as individuals — can do their part to reduce the global burden of cancer.

Cervical cancer: US expert raises doubts over clinical trial on 2.24 lakh women

With the visual inspection with acetic acid procedure for screening sanctioned in 15 states in India, arguments over the ethical side of the clinical trial continue