Community awareness to reduce and prevent cancer

In support of the efforts of the nation in raising the awareness of society to reduce and prevent cancer diseases, which are spread as a result of environmental pollution factors and other societal factors, The Faculty of Pharmacy at the National University of Science and Technology held a symposium on

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In support of the efforts of the nation in raising the awareness of society to reduce and prevent cancer diseases, which are spread as a result of environmental pollution factors and other societal factors,
The Faculty of Pharmacy at the National University of Science and Technology held a symposium on breast cancer between awareness and indifference. The lecture was delivered by Prof. Farouk Mahmoud Sakr. The seminar was attended by professors and teachers from the University of Dhi Qar. Among the causes of the disease and signs of occurrence and symptoms and stages of development and methods of examination of women themselves, was also defined by the attendant methods of diagnosis and methods of treatment of various stages of the progress of the disease as well as ways to reduce the factors of the disease. Ms. Balqis Kazem of the Department of Health of Thi-Qar, which specializes in early detection of breast cancer after the lecture, trained the participants in how to examine themselves at home and the distribution of the test of the probability of infection for all the attendees of women.

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