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Mary walked into the consultation room with her husband James and before I could usher them to take their seats, declared that she was not sick. “I just have a question that has been bothering me and which I...
You eat pretty well some days and work out most days, but if you are like a lot of men, whose schedule does not include a trip to the doctor once in a while. It would be nice for you to add this to your schedule because failure to do …
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Your bowel habits may change with what you eat, but if they’re unpredictable and troublesome, you may be seeing signs of potential cancer. “I’m worried about constipation and diarrhea, but I’m most worried about alternating between the two,” Dr. Bonta says.
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During a March visit to Nigeria, a group of Stanford physicians, including palliative care expert Karl Lorenz, MD, met a young woman with advanced breast cancer that had spread to her spine, leaving her partially paralyzed. Like 80 percent of cancer patients in the sub-Saharan African nation...
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Cancer forces Nigerians to go abroad for saving their lives
Thousands of Nigerians have to travel abroad for medical treatment every year.
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Cancer Survivor and life coach Eden Onwuka shocked many when she revealed her ordeal with the dreadful disease few weeks ago. On January 7th 2017 , Eden was diiagnosed with cancer and for eleven months she went through intense treatment while also still trying to keep up with her daily activity...
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Senator Nenadi Usman, Nigeria's former has disclosed that she has cancer.
NAN reports that Nenadi disclosed her cancer problem when she asked Justice Muslim Hassan of the Federal High Court in Lagos to permit her to travel abroad to receive treatment.
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The Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Radiographers Registration Board of Nigeria (RRBN), Mr. Michael Okpaleke has said that the use of radiation treatment by quacks was increasing the rate of cancer cases in the country.
Okpaleke made this known yesterday in Abuja on the...