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MBBS, FCPS (Medical Oncology), MCPS (Medicine), CME
MBBS (Pb), MCPS (Medicine), FCPS (Medictal Oncology), CMT
Basal-cell carcinoma is a type of skin cancer. It often appears as a painless raised area of skin, which may be shiny with small blood vessels running over it. At first, a basal cell carcinoma comes up like a small ""pearly"" bump that looks like a flesh-colored mole or a pimple that doesn't go away. You may also see shiny pink or red patches that are slightly scaly.
Getting diagnosed with a chronic illness can bring on a horde of emotions—including grief, sadness, anxiety and depression. The most common reaction is grief and sadness, whereby
Anybody who knows a cancer patient, in the family or otherwise, knows that the battle with this disease is an arduous one, draining one both physically, mentally and financially.
One in nine Pakistani women develops breast cancer at some point in their life. Now read that again. If you know nine women in your surroundings, chances are about one of them will
Amongst the Asian countries, Pakistan has the highest rate of breast cancer, where about 1 in every 9 women develops breast cancer at some stage of her life. This means that annual