A Year of Jupe Died, It’s an Expert Message about Cervical Cancer
Exactly a year ago, Yuli Rahmawati alias Julia Perez died after wrestling with stage four cervical cancer. Senior gynecologic oncologist from RS Cipto Mangunkusumo delivered a special message about the disease
All women need to do early detection with IVA (visual inspection of acetic acid) or pap smear, “” Dr Dr Laila Nuranna, SpOG (K) Onk, when contacted detikHealth, Sunday (10/6/2018) .The death of Julia Perez aka Jupe a year ago, admitted enough to affect the concern for cervical cancer. However, until now there are still many misleading myths surrounding the disease. One of them that cervical cancer only experienced by women with certain sexual behavior.
“” To be honestly related, there is a connection with sex behavior. But this stigma becomes a scourge, because in fact the cause is a very common virus. Anyone can be exposed, “” explained Dr. Laila, whose name has been poor across the various seminars about cervical cancer. Also read: Dr. Laila Nuranna Not Knowing Tired of Cervical Cancer Cancer Added by dr Laila, pap smear and IVA need to be done as a step early detection . The earlier symptoms of cervical cancer are found, the chances of getting cured will be much greater. In fact, many cervical cancer patients come when the condition is already severe and eventually have a fatal impact. As for HPV (human papilloma virus) vaccine, Dr. Laila calls it ‘may be necessary’. However, the vaccine is prioritized as a precautionary measure for younger adult women
If you are married or sexually active, may be vaccine but the effectiveness is lower, “” said Dr. Laila.Read also: Jupe Died, Kemenkes Convey Message about Cervical Cancer Watch also ‘Danger of Cervical Cancer Taking Life Jupe!’:
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