Category Cancer

How to prevent the spread of the Human Papillomavirus
Cancer

How to prevent the spread of the Human Papillomavirus

On March 4, the International Day of Human Papilloma Virus is celebrated, with the aim of raising awareness among the population about the importance of its prevention. Although it may surprise us, it is estimated that 80% of women have been in contact with this sexually transmitted virus at some point.

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A hopeful treatment for childhood cancer with stem cells

Today we want to share with you an issue that worries many families, that of childhood cancer. It is a hard disease that many children suffer from around the world. Hope comes from the hand of science, today there are several effective drugs, however, it is intended to go a step further and find a less aggressive, more effective treatment that provides a short-term solution.
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Cancer

How to prevent the spread of the Human Papillomavirus

On March 4, the International Day of Human Papilloma Virus is celebrated, with the aim of raising awareness among the population about the importance of its prevention. Although it may surprise us, it is estimated that 80% of women have been in contact with this sexually transmitted virus at some point.
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Cancer

The shocking fight against cancer of a four-year-old girl

There are images that rest delicately on the heart. Others provoke disbelief, amazement ... even concern. And there are breathtaking photographs, like this one. Faced with the latter, it is impossible to escape intact. (Photograph by Andy Whelan) Heartbreaking, brutal, titanic. So is this image, and so is Jessica's fight against cancer.
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Cancer

The importance of physical exercise for children with cancer

If your child has just been diagnosed with an oncological disease (Leukemia, Ewing's sarcoma, non-Hodking lymphoma, Osteosarcoma…) it is very possible that the whole family goes into shock. It is a situation in which parents do not understand anything and all they want to do is protect the child by putting him in a bubble.
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Cancer

Tales and associations against childhood cancer

It is very important for parents to be well informed about the evolution of their child's disease. It is also important that they seek support and consolation in the experiences of other families so that they can exchange ideas, information, and all kinds of learning about childhood cancer.
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Cancer

8 out of 10 children with cancer outgrow the disease

Of course, the best news would be that there were no more children with cancer, right? But in the meantime, I think that knowing that children with this disease can overcome it can greatly ease the pain that some parents feel. In fact, doctors agree that children cope better than many adults with the disease and its treatment.
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A boy shaves his hair in solidarity with his friend with cancer

Do you think a seven-year-old is capable of teaching an adult an important lesson about friendship? Vincent, an American boy has done it and his story has traveled the world. And it is that, great gestures or extreme acts are not always necessary, sometimes, with a small detail we can show our best friend, our parents or our children how much we care.
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