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Carla Bumba

Pamphlets were distributed on the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer yesterday during riding against cancerous cancer, which was held in Luanda by the Angolan Alliance against Cancer, on the occasion of World Prostate Cancer Fighting Day, marked yesterday.

Photography: Kindala Manuel November Editions

The death of the Cancer Management Institute, near David Bernardino's Pediatric Hospital, and left at Josina Machel Hospital. Participants in the march were health workers and Anglolan Alliance against Cancer, a disease that is more likely to be improved if it is diagnosed early.
The Lukal Afonso oncologist told Jornal de Angola, before starting the riding, that men, aged 45, should regularly take the prostate cancer screening test.
The treatment of the disease, the doctor added, may be surgical or based on radiotherapy or chemotherapy, depending on the stage of the disease.
President of the Angolan Alliance against Cancer, Luzimira

from Carvalho João, that the purpose of the parade is to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis in the fight against any type of cancer. The march also stimulated discussion around the canoeous taboo of diseases, especially prostate cancer, whose correct examination means that many men avoid doing because of embarrassment. For this reason, the Angola Cancer Alliance finds it difficult to exclude prejudice, which is derived from the lack of information about the disease.
Luzimira Joao said that every man living, for example, up to the age of 85, was 90 per cent more likely to develop prostate cancer.

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