We have forgotten that curing cancer starts with preventing cancer in the first place
It has been estimated that at least one-third of all cancers are preventable.
Detecting asymptomatic patients as early as possible can have the best chance for successful treatment
Full assessment typically includes a detailed history & physical examination along with diagnostic tests
The types of treatment a patient receives will depend on the nature of cancer one has
An approach that improves the quality of life of adult & child patients + their families
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National Cancer Control Programme
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The National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP) is the focal point in the Ministry of Health that carries out cancer control, prevention, treatment and palliative care services in the country. Touching all aspects in the field of cancer for the prevention and control, NCCP is also responsible for policy, advocacy, monitoring and evaluation of prevention and control of cancers and conducting surveillance of cancers and facilitating research related to cancer.