Celebrated globally on February 15 each year, ICCD is an international collective effort to increase awareness of childhood cancer.
Excess consumption of sugary beverages is linked to increased cancer risk, in addition to other Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs).
Data also shows that no less than 13,691 deaths caused by cancer have been recorded globally today.
There were an estimated 20 million new cancer cases in 2022, with more than 35 million new cases predicted by 2050.
In a determined effort to enhance the quality of life for cancer patients and those dealing with terminal illnesses, the…
In furtherance of its efforts to ensure that Nigeria has accurate data for cancer burden, the National Institute for Cancer…
Tobacco smoking associated with harmful ‘stop-gain mutations’ in tumor suppressors, jeopardizing cancer treatment.
The three documents will focus on governance, prevention, supply chain management, data and research, and surveillance.
Advocates argue that SSBs offer no nutritional value, emphasizing the need for a tax hike to 20 per cent to combat overconsumption and reduce Non-Communicable Diseases.
YouTube’s new policy combats “cancer misinformation,” purging harmful videos and promoting accuracy, aligning with its ongoing mission against medical inaccuracies.
Highlighting risks of fake medicines that lack crucial ingredients and jeopardize patient safety.
Non-profit organization introduces Pediatric Radiation Oncology (Virtual) Course (PedROC) to bridge gaps in sub-saharan Africa.
79,000 lives lost, 124,000 cases surge annually
The body urges the Nigerian government to tackle the alarming surge in cancer-related deaths by raising tobacco and alcohol taxes.