More stories about "Cervical Cancer"

What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer Prevention in the PH

Seven Pinays succumb to cervical cancer every day. Early detection can drastically change that.

Older Women May Still Benefit from Cervical Cancer Screening

Researchers recommend being screened for cervical cancer until age 69.

HPV Vaccine May Lower Genital Warts and Cervical Cancer Risk

Get yourself vaccinated and protected against this kind of sexually-transmitted infection.

Bravehearts Coalition: Cervical Cancer Facts in Numbers

Learn the basics about cervical cancer from Bravehearts president Abbygale Arenas-de Leon.

Top 10 Pinoy Health Concerns

Keep your family out of harm's way by consulting this useful guide.

An Ounce of Prevention: Vaccines You Should Consider Getting as an Adult

Immunization is important for adults because it can prevent the onset of many infectious diseases.

DOH Gives Free Screening for Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

The Department of Health will be conducting screenings all over the country for the month of May.

Women Aged 30 and Above Advised to Undergo DNA Testing for HPV

Research shows that there is now a better way for doctors to detect pre-cancerous lesions in the body.

4 Common Reproductive Health Concerns and What You Should Know About Them

Get some basic information about myomas, polycystic ovarian syndrome, cervical cancer, and endometrial polyps in this article.

Vinegar Now Being Used to Detect Cervical Cancer

Research shows that ordinary table vinegar can do more than just pickle your food.

New Study: IUDs Cut Risk of Cervical Cancer in Half

Research shows that using intrauterine devices lowers the risk of having HPV develop into cancer.

10 Tips for Helping a Loved One Diagnosed with Cancer

FN consults with an expert to find out what you can do to support a sick loved one.

Go the extra mile against cervical cancer! Support "The Tour of Hope" on May 28!

Help the campaign against the silent lady killer by joining "The Tour of Hope."

5 HPV Myths Debunked

Certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) cause cervical cancer. Find out more about HPV with this information from MSD.

Hot GirlTalk Topic: What Every Woman Should Know about Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer in women. FN gives you the 411 on this (literal) lady killer.