Tayo Olanipekun Nigerians do not need to travel overseas again to seek medical solutions for any kind of cancer, the U.S. Consul General, Claire Pierangelo, has said, noting that diagnosis and treatment capabilities are now available in the country. Pierangelo made this remark at the event marking the formal opening of the Marcelle Ruth Cancer […]
Running Can Help You Outrun Heart Failure, Cancer, New Research Says
Researchers have published a study saying 30 minutes of jugging or any form of running every day reduces a person’s chance of dying from heart seizure and cancer.
Cancer Is Curable With Natural Fruits ,Vegetables – Female Dietitian
Cancer patients in the country may have reasons to rejoice now , as a Nigerian Female Dietitian, cum -Traditional Medical Practitioner, has said that Cancer is curable with natural fruits and vegetables and without having to resort to either Chemo or Surgical operation.
NSE Partners Sebeccly Cancer Care To Provide Free Cancer Screening At 2019 NSE Corporate Challenge
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), in partnership with Sebeccly Cancer Care, provided free breast and cervical cancer screening, and prostate cancer screening for female and male participants respectively at the 2019 NSE Corporate Challenge which held on Saturday, July 6, 2019, at Muri-Okunola Park, Victoria Island, Lagos.
UK Admits Cancer Screening Failure For 450,000 Women
Britain on Wednesday admitted that a “serious failure” in its breast cancer screening programme over nearly a decade led to 450,000 women missing out on invitations to their final tests — and may have shortened the lives of up to 270 of them. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt apologised to parliament for the failure, blaming it […]
Cancer in Nigeria Symposium…Pix
Photo Caption: From Right: Medical Director, Psychiatry, Dr. Oluwayomi Cecilia Ogun; Minister for Health, Professor Isaac Adewole; Chief Medical Director, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, Professor Chris Bode and Chief Medical Director, University of Porth-Court Teaching Hospital, Professor Aaron Ojule, during Cancer in Nigeria symposium, held in Lagos…on Tuesday. Photo: Abiodun Omotosho Advertisement
What men must know about prostate cancer
STRICTLY FOR MEN-MY CHILDHOOD; MY MANHOOD; MY PROSTAGEL Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen I am here to speak with you on Prostagel. The topic is misleading. Is prostagel strictly for men? Yes, ONLY men will use prostagel and ONLY men over 40years but the healthcare enlightenment is for everyone. There is no woman who does not know a […]