Cervical cancer by age, Associated Data
Source: Acta Medica Transilvanica. Cervical cancer affects women in the flower of age, often still active and responsible for their children and families.
Premature interruption of a woman's life involves multiple consequences on the familial, social and economical environment.
The study is based on the application of a questionnaire on a group of female gender persons from rural areas in Buzau County. The results show a low informing degree about cervical cancer and screening method "Pap-test".
Also, the presentation of the studied population at the gynaecological consult and screening test is low; this behaviour is related to the level of training and the level of monthly income. It highlights the need for information and education of women cervical cancer by age rural areas relating to prevention.
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Cancer Screening in Women Age 50 and Beyond
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Abstract Background The outcome of breast cancer treatment largely depends on the timing of detection. The health promotion interventions have an immense contribution to early detection and improved survival. Therefore, this review aimed to provide evidence on the efficacy of the health promotion interventions to increase the uptake of breast cancer screening and to develop effective interventions targeting women. The score was rated for the included articles by each researcher independently and the average score is given accordingly. Results The review dovetailed 22 studies.
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- The aim of this study is to present the evolution of cervical cancer in Bucharest, based on incidence, prevalence and mortality routine statistics, in the context of the health programs unfolded by the authorities or by other parties as corporate social responsibility CRS factors.
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