Proactive With Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is probably one of the most unknown and unfamiliar types of cancer despite that it is the fifth most frequent cancer in women based on the number of deaths.

A large percentage of the women population has never heard nor has very little knowledge of what it is.

Early stages of cervical cancer show almost no symptoms and is very hard to detect once ignored.

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Do Scientists Cure or Kill? That Is the Question

The question about do scientists cure or kill is a very serious topic.

There is no doubt that many of the problems affecting the human race are brought about by the scientists.

Every minute of every hour they are searching for cures for diseases and that diseases, most of which been caused by the scientists themselves.

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Sexual Intercourse and Other Risk Factors of Prostate Cancer

Sexual Intercourse and Prostate Cancer risk factors are not relevant.

So the answer to the question If having sex with a person with prostate cancer risky is in negative.

However, the study at several medical schools, shows that men with high sexual activity and frequent ejaculation are at lower risk of prostate cancer.

Study shows that men who have in average 4 to 7 ejaculation per week up to the age of 70 are 36% less at risk of prostate cancer comparing to the one who have 2 to 3 times sex per week.

Such a risk of sexual transmitted disease,  whether it is through intimate contact like kissing, intercourse or oral sex are not relevant.

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About Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer symptoms and treatments in this article, the bladder is a balloon-shaped hollow organ located in the lower abdomen, which collects urine and disposes it off via the urethra.

The bladder can develop cancer like any other part of the body. Researchers estimate that bladder cancer is more common in the developed countries such as the United States and France.

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