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Decoding cancer prevention in women // 15th October 2020 //

BENGALURU: Cancer was first described in Egypt as far back as 3000 BC. In those days, it was noted that this condition had no treatment. However, now it can be prevented, and many can be cured if diagnosed in the early stages. The most common cancers in Indian women are breast, cervical, colorectal, ovary, lip, and oral cancer. Until a few years ago, cervical cancer was the most common cancer in Indian women. However, this has been overtaken by breast cancer, especially in metro cities, for reasons poorly understood. More read:

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