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A wonderful combination of health and spirituality,

A wonderful combination of health and spirituality

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a global plan to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer in the world. For the first time, 194 countries of the world, including India, have come together to eradicate this cancer. The WHO aims to reduce the number of cervical cancers by 40% by 2050 and reduce the number of deaths by 5 million.

WHO plan

According to the WHO, there will be a greater focus on vaccines, screening and treatment to eradicate cervical cancer.
In 194 countries, 90% of 15-year-old girls will be vaccinated by 2030 to prevent the human papilloma virus, which causes cancer.
High performance screening of 70% of women aged 35 years and above will be done.
90% of women aged 45 or over will be examined and treated if the case comes up.

What is cervical cancer

Medical Oncology Consultant of Jaslok Hospital, Mumbai, Dr. The cause of cervical cancer is human papillomavirus, says Anjana Sainani. Having sex with more than one partner increases the risk of contracting the virus. Be alert for any type of bleeding from the vagina, excessive liquid discharge, odor, and pain during sex. If such symptoms appear, it can be examined by smear, cervical biopsy, abdominal ultrasound.

Why the plan was implemented in the Corona period
According to the WHO, it has been implemented to reduce the risk of dying from cancer in the Corona epidemic. This strategy is very necessary to eliminate the problems that come with vaccines, diagnosis and treatment. Currently, women living in rural areas cannot reach the health center. Vaccine programs are not being fully implemented in schools.

Cases of cervical cancer are on the rise in the country, according to a report by the Lancet Global Health. Reducing such cases is proving to be a challenge. In 2018, India has the highest number of deaths from cervical cancer.

Avoid this way

According to a report in the Women’s Health Journal, most women do not get tested and that is why cancer spreads and becomes fatal. It is important to avoid this, not to have sex with a person without a condom. Get a Pap smear test done once every three years. Avoid smoking and cigarettes and include more vegetables and fruits in the diet. Don’t forget to vaccinate her and keep her weight under control.

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