Paving the Way for Diversity in Clinical Trials

“I’m the first person in my circle of family and friends to participate in a clinical trial.” Five years ago, Rhonda Long was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma, a rare bile duct cancer that’s seen in only about 8,000 Americans each year. At the time, Long, who is Black, said her doctor in Dayton, OH, told her she was not a candidate […]

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Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn urges women to get ‘life-saving’ cervical smear test

Katie McGlynn urges women to get a smear test In the current climate of the pandemic, attending screening is still crucial. Katie McGlynn stressed this point on Lorraine due to over 600,000 women missing their appointment in the first lockdown. With cervical cancer being the fourth most common cancers, what are the symptoms to spot? Katie said: “It’s the best way […]

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New diagnosis of cancer tumors recognizes for the first time with one hundred percent certainty

Gen-Test, the cancer is revolutionizing the diagnosis A new Test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer, is currently causing in the world of medicine for attention. The new Gen-Test recognized in over 15,000 women all cervical cancers and is thus not only more effective but also cheaper than all the usual Tests – including the cell Smear (Pap Test) and […]

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Newly developed cancer-Test is achieved for the first time, one hundred percent detection rate

Gen-Test, the cancer is revolutionizing the diagnosis A new Test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer, is currently causing in the world of medicine for attention. The new Gen-Test recognized in over 15,000 women all cervical cancers and is thus not only more effective but also cheaper than all the usual Tests – including the cell Smear (Pap Test) and […]

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Vicky Phelan calls for drug she believes saved her life to be made available to everyone with cervical cancer

Vicky Phelan has hit out at the State for not making a drug, which she believes saved her life, freely available to everyone with a cervical cancer. Speaking on Claire Byrne Live last night, the mother-of-two talked about the benefits of Pembrolizumab, a drug which she says shrunk her tumours by 50pc.  “I am evidence that this drug works,” she […]

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Studies Warn Against Minimally Invasive Surgery for Cervical Cancer

Two new studies revealed bad news about minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer, a widely used procedure performed through small slits in the abdomen instead of a big incision. Compared with the older, open abdominal operation, the minimally invasive approach was more likely to result in recurrence of the cancer and death, researchers found, in the first study that rigorously […]

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