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Risk of Cervical cancer in rural areas

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      Research & Reviews : Journal of Medical Science and Technology

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      Deadline for Manuscript Submission

      March 31st, 2023

      Deadline for Publication

      April 15, 2023

    Special Issue Description


    Dear Collegues,



    Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer among ladies around the world. The circumstance is more disturbing within the provincial zones where the larger part of ladies are ignorant and uninformed about the risks of cervical cancer. Diverse screening techniques such as rustic cancer registries and camp approach for cancer discovery have been found valuable in minimizing the problem of cervical cancer within the towns.
    Different screening procedures such as visual review with an acidic corrosive, visual assessment with Lugol's iodine, visual assessment with amplification devices-Magna visualizer, Pap spread and HPV-DNA testing have been proposed and attempted in low-resource settings of our nation, and cervical cytology screening has been found effective in the diminishing rate of the malady. Within the display review, the feasibility of distinctive screening strategies has been surveyed to discover the foremost suitable mode appropriate at the provincial level.
    Making mindfulness approximately the risks of cervical cancer among provincial ladies and advising them approximately the utility of early location tests and their accessibility has been the most important center for any country's screening program.
    Cervical cancer may be a genuine open well-being issue in developing nations. We distinguished the need for instruction, not keeping up individual cleanliness, utilizing ancient cloth over and over, putting off home, early age of marriage, not washing the genitalia after sexual intercut, expanded number of husband's sexual accomplices, history of sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) and genital warts, and need of information approximately screening for carcinoma of the cervix, as chance variables for cervical cancer. Therefore, it is critical to teach ladies almost the chance variables of cervical cancer. Appropriate conclusion and early treatment are basic to halt the movement of cancer.
    There's a must to make the common populace mindful approximately the hazardous components of cervical cancer, and legitimate screening ought to be done to avoid the improvement of cervical cancer. Appropriate campaigns and programs ought to be organized in country zones toward the same conclusion.

    Keywords

    *Cervical cancer *Risks *Lugol's iodine *Magnavisualizer *Pap spread *HPV-DNA testing *cervical cytology *sexually transmitted diseases (STIs)

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