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Majority of Kenyan women would warm up to cervical cancer screening if they are saved the embarrassment of exposing their private parts to health personnel, a survey shows.
As Kenya joins the world in marking World Cancer Day on Saturday, a new survey has revealed that majority of Kenyan women are not aware of the main cause of cervical cancer, despite the disease being a top killer.
They is growing concern in the country over soaring incidences of liver failure and liver cancer linked to lethal strains of the Hepatitis virus that may have infected many unsuspecting Kenyans.
Health workers in public health facilities are up in arms against a proposed law that seeks to fine them Sh1 million or serve a one year jail term for failure to provide emergency medical treatment.
Sexually active women can now find out if they have the deadly sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer.
Do you love your tea, coffee or porridge steaming hot? Be careful you could be sipping away your life after recent studies found that very hot tea and coffee can cause cancer.
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