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Cancer

Cervical cancer immunisation takes off in...

The program featured some challenges especially in private schools, where the proprietors and the headteachers protested the move

New technique may overcome infertility in...

The experiment represents a successful proof of concept for the technique and brings it one step closer to reality for human boys affected by cancer. For...

Cancer deaths falling for half decade in...

The chances of dying from cancer for men has dropped about six percent from 139 deaths per 100,000 males in 2014 to 131 this year, according to a paper...

Nearly half of children with cancer untreated...

Sixty percent of countries do not even have cancer registries, and of those that do many only cover a fraction of the population.

Cancer treatment charges threaten refugees'...

The payment policy sets the price charges of foreigners higher than the nationals

New Russian drug to treat cancer expected...

The scientist added that the drug was expected to be certified in 2019.

Obesity-linked cancers on the rise in young...

The incidence of pancreatic cancer, for example, increased by about one percent per year for adults aged 45 to 49. Among 30 to 34-year-olds, the average...

Is cancer the new face of HIV/AIDS?

There are certain cancers that are associated with AIDS, for example, Kaposi’s sarcoma, Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (cancer of the lymph glands) and cervical...

Tall people at greater risk of cancer: study...

A study published in the journal Proceedings of Royal Society B suggests that the risk of several types of cancer is likely higher in taller humans simply...

Golf: Teeing off against cancer this October...

This year, the theme is ‘Yesterday, today and tomorrow’.

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Elderly persons to get five seats in parliament

Elderly persons to get five seats in parliament...

Prospective candidates for the Parliamentary seats for the elderly must have the minimum qualifications of a Member of Parliament,...