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CAN launches thyroid most cancers consciousness marketing campaign

KUWAIT: Most cancers Consciousness Country (CAN) Board Chairman Dr Khaled Al-Saleh speaks all through the thyroid most cancers marketing campaign. — KUNA

KUWAIT: Most cancers Consciousness Country (CAN) Board Chairman Dr Khaled Al-Saleh stated the previous day thyroid most cancers basically affected girls greater than males, nevertheless it was once greater than 90 p.c a curable illness. In a speech all through the launching rite of thyroid most cancers consciousness marketing campaign at CAN coaching middle in Al-Sabah Well being District, Saleh stated that during case of early detection, the survival price from this kind of most cancers reaches 99.5 p.c. Thyroid most cancers does now not reason any signs in the beginning, however because it grows, it could actually reason neck ache and swelling, he stated. In line with the newest statistics of Kuwait Most cancers Regulate Heart (KCCC) in 2016, thyroid most cancers got here in 2nd position after breast most cancers for ladies, because the choice of recognized circumstances reached 231, Saleh stated. Surgical treatment is the most efficient remedy, Saleh stated, mentioning that surgical removing operations don’t seem to be unhealthy and make allowance remedy via radioactive iodine, because the remedy to be had in all Kuwait hospitals, with the wish to adhere to the remedy plan and common follow-up. The marketing campaign objectives to lift consciousness of thyroid most cancers and encourages converting the dangerous way of life, he stated. — KUNA

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