AVIOD EARLY SEX, PREVENT CANCER – MEDICAL EXPERT

Byline: Sunday Blessing Folake

A medical expert have advised young ladies to shun early sex as current research suggests that this would reduce risk of cervical cancer by more than fifty percent.
This was made known recently during an interview with Kingsley okeke , a medical doctor of the Federal Polytechnic Bida.
Dr okeke explained that most studies carried out by researchers suggest that young ladies who avoided sex until their mid-twenties Lower the risk of cervical cancer considerably.
The medical expert urge the Federal Government to set aside day where young ladies can do cancer screening for free.
He further advised all stake holders to begin an enlightenment campaign to create awareness of cervical cancer in the country.

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