Cervical Cancer: Can it be Prevented ?
Dr. Pakhee Aggarwal
MS, MRCOG (UK), MIPHA, Fellow Gynae-Oncology – Oxford, Consultant – Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
Prevention and Disease Control
To encourage medical practitioners to promote screening and vaccination within communities.....
Public Engagement Activities
To engage people through activities like workshops, health lectures and online discussions.....
Health Education and Research
To educate the masses about the most prevalent cancers in women, namely breast and cervical.....
Cervical Cancer: Awareness and Attitude ?
Dr. Shazia Rashid
Ph.D (Biomedical Sciences), University of Ulster, U.K.
"Bio-Services endeavours to bring the scientific community and the masses on a common platform to transfer knowledge about common preventable disease in women and girls."
Triple Negative Breast Cancer - Preventive Measures: Background: Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide. Globally cancers of various types affect millions of people... More
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL): Background: Pregnancy loss is one of the most common obstetric complications affecting over 30% of conceptions. A considerable proportion of losses are... More
FDA Approved HPV Vaccine. Background: Cancers figure among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide, with approximately 14 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer... More
As many before me have said, our world and our lives are saturated with information. What’s lacking is... More Paula Schicchi
So often women’s health problems are not acknowledged or are dismissed as a normal part of their menstrual... More Frankie Pucciarelli
Doctors, researchers and governments are all so focused on trying to solve the complex issues surrounding women’s health... More Coco Wander