September Month is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

September Month is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate Cancer Awareness Detection of prostate cancer increased significantly in the 1980s and 1990s in many areas due to increased PSA testing. Looking at the increased PSA testing in 1989, decade before the creation of National Prostate Health Month, the week of September 17 to September 24 was chosen as Prostate Cancer Awareness Week and as time passed by, now the month of September is celebrated as the Prostate cancer awareness month With the introduction of Prostate Cancer awareness month…

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Facts About Genital Warts & It’s Treatment

Facts About Genital Warts & It’s Treatment

Genital warts are normally not a topic of public conversation, and it’s not comfortable to ask questions regarding it to the friends, and relatives about this. Now the question arises who can suggest which remedies are the best for genital warts treatment and who could achieve the best possible consequence. Here we will discuss the most commonly asked questions people ask along with their answers. Is There Any Specific Test To Detect Genital Warts? There is no specific test needed…

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The Rapidly Evolving Urinary Continence Disorder In Adult Population

The Rapidly Evolving Urinary Continence Disorder In Adult Population

Adults with leaking urine during exercise, sneezing or smiling, or a sudden uncontrollable urge to go that ends in wet pads or pants, urinary incontinence is a problem that plagues many older people. Urinary incontinence is popular among older community-dwelling men and is combined with more inferior quality of life. The impact witnessed is more on physical factors than mental factors. It’s also believed that as the population ages, urinary incontinence predominance will increase and enhanced devices will be needed…

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EN2 Protein Impacts The Behavior Prostate Cancer Cells

EN2 Protein Impacts The Behavior Prostate Cancer Cells

Prostate cancer cells modify the behavior of other cells encompassing them, which also include the normal cells, by ‘ejecting out’ a protein from their nucleus, as per the latest research conducted at the University of Bradford. The tiny bits of protein are taken up by the additional cells, prompting betterment that promotes tumor growth and the researchers believe that it helps cancer hide from the body’s immune system. The method has been captured for the first time on video by…

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Analyzing the Rise of Kidney Cancer World Wide

Analyzing the Rise of Kidney Cancer World Wide

The latest data reveals that the cases of Kidney cancer will impact more than Five lakh people throughout the world by the end of 2019. Studies and data have shown that in 2018, kidney cancer remained one of the 15 most common cancers worldwide. the total cases of kidney cancers were approximately 400,000 new cases of kidney cancer around the world with a death rate of 175,000 deaths. This number is expected to rise to more than 650,000 cases and…

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Partial Nephrectomy: A Way To Eliminate Kidney Tumor

Partial Nephrectomy: A Way To Eliminate Kidney Tumor

There has been a constant increase in the incidence of renal cell cancer in the last few decades but at the same time, there has been a uniform decrease in the normal size of tumors when observed closely. This event can be credited to increased incidental detection of renal tumors by noninvasive imaging modalities. There has also been a drift towards using nephron-sparing surgery, and minimally invasive strategies in the management of these tumors. In this blog we will discuss…

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Keeping a Check on Testicular Cancer

Keeping a Check on Testicular Cancer

Call it one of the survival ambiguities: The normal age when men reach their natural peaks of maturity somewhere in the initial phase of their 30 and at this stage, he is most apt to be diagnosed with testicular cancer. Favorably, it’s uncertainty we are often able to deal with. Studies and researchers predict that one in 250 males develop testicular cancer during their lifetime, which grants it slightly unique. Since it appears among men at a young age and…

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Envisioning The Invaluable kidney’s Role in Human Body

Envisioning The Invaluable kidney’s Role in Human Body

Let me commence with thanking the largest filter of our body and that is kidney which keeps purifying gallons of fluid in a day. If we check the fact it is around 50 gallons in a day. And you thought you worked hard. March is already passed by and so has the Kidney Cancer Awareness Month, so examine yourself as this dynamic-duo of vital organs can fulfill a lot in their healthiest state. You can define kidneys as the personal…

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Celebrating World Continence Week With Pride 2019

Celebrating World Continence Week With Pride 2019

World Continence Week (WCW) is a fitness operation run by the different International Continence Society in the world and is equally celebrated by the ace spirited Dr. AK Saini a senior Urologist Consultant at his clinic in India to raise awareness of incontinence related issues. This year it is the Continence week is conducted between 17th of June to 23rd of June. The Urology Continence highlights the impact urinary incontinence can have on our lives and inspires those surviving with…

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Low sperm Count A Key Men’s health Issue

Low sperm Count A Key Men’s health Issue

It has always been discussed what a woman needs to do to enhance her fertility potential and this has always left out male partners in what they should do to prepare for conception. We all know the universal truth that a man cannot carry a baby but we should also be aware that male factor is the cause of infertility in several men today. One of the core reasons for infertility in men’s health has been diagnosed as low sperm…

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