Why Cervical Cancer Screening Is Important

Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women and the most common in women aged 15-44 years. Cervical cancer is one of the few cancers that can be prevented before it is developed through Immunization and screening.

Screening with the relevant test allows doctors to discover if you are at risk for cervical cancer and if you are, what needs to be done to prevent you from developing cancer. That is why cervical cancer screening and prevention are important in the first stage to get the treatment at right time.

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Cervical and breast cancer ranks third as a cause of death. Indeed, most of it is detected late and screening opportunities are limited to those who can afford and are very few. The majority of the population does not have awareness and access to screening opportunities.

 The solution

1. Early discovery of cervical and breast cancer increases survival and is more likely to be treated cheaply and successfully reduces the expected cost of managing the disease.

2. Early detection soothe anxiety by letting people know if they have cancer or are at risk

3. Early diagnosis will save families and the country a lot of money spent on treating people with cancer and all its complications