The negative statistics of cervical cancer are well-known, very striking, and, unfortunately, quite real. Every year, 270,000 women die of cervical cancer worldwide, one woman… Read More »Cervical cancer – prevention or treatment?
Persistent infection with oncogenic types of HPV is a prerequisite for the development of cervical cancer, which affects about 500,000 women every year and causes… Read More »Should we get vaccinated against cervical cancer?
Prostate cancer can be a complication of venereal disease. Scientists from the University of California tested human prostate cells in laboratories. They discovered a sexually… Read More »Prostate cancer is sexually transmitted?
The US National Cancer Institute reports that along with skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer. Usually develops very slowly. People… Read More »Prostate cancer and osteoporosis – is there a link?