Many women in developed and developing countries hesitate to visit doctors for their regular cancer check-up. They go when they have a problem, which puts their health at risk.
Cancer is one of the many reasons many women die every year, which is curable if treated in its early stage.My older sister died recently (January 2016) from breast cancer. She never went to her doctor for her regular check-up.
Evidence should inform policy: Should we offer antiretroviral therapy soon after HIV diagnosis?
Shobha Shukla, Citizen News Service - CNS
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Will post-2015 development agenda integrate economic, environmental and social pillars?
Bobby Ramakant, Citizen News Service (CNS)