Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer services shortage hits Midlands

Cervical cancer services shortage hits Midlands

THE Midlands province is grappling with a shortage of cervical cancer screening services putting the lives of many women in danger, according to a report by the Midlands Aids Support Organisation (Maso).

Cervical cancer risk for lesbians

Cervical cancer risk for lesbians

LESBIANS may be at higher risk of cervical cancer because they get fewer screenings than heterosexual women, researchers said.

Grassroots cancer awareness tourney on

Grassroots cancer awareness tourney on

GRASSROOT SOCCER Zimbabwe (GRSZ) will host a five-a-side tournament at the Football for Hope Centre in Gwabalanda (FFHC) this Saturday to raise awareness on cervical cancer.

Ebola: Minister acts on borders

Ebola: Minister acts on borders

THE government has ordered authorities at the country’s borders to tighten the screening of visitors for Ebola amid fears that the process is lax.

Video: Female legislators get screened for cervical cancer

Video: Female legislators get screened for cervical cancer

Some 45 female legislators from across the political spectrum were recently screened for cervical cancer

Get circumcised,  Khupe urges men

Get circumcised, Khupe urges men

MDC-T vice-president Thokozani Khupe yesterday reiterated calls for men to consider circumcision in a bid to prevent new cervical cancer infections in the country.

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