The sixth edition of the debate “Stop cervical cancer!” Brought together doctors of different specialties, psychologists,
cancer patients, social workers, priests,
but especially numerous young people, and took place on Tuesday at the Museum of History in Bucharest
Suceava, in the organization Intermedia TV Suceava and the Association SEVA.
In the debate, Angela Zaroyanu and Adrian Daskala Bulin stressed the importance
informing the female population about prevention and early detection
cervical cancer and the availability, year after year, of this event,
first-class guests from the medical life of Suceava offer to the public
the opportunity to learn how to better protect your life and health.
The Department of Public Health of Suceava, Dr. Liliana Ioana Gradinariu,
said the National Screening Program for 2012 is working
Early detection of cervical cancer in older women
between the ages of 25 and 64, and women can go to family doctors,
gynecologists, family planning doctors will
advised measures to prevent cervical cancer.
She said that in
Suceava District Two screening networks are organized at the District Hospital
The Suceava Emergency Hospital and Falticeni Municipal Hospital, and in 2018 they
The Babis Papanicolaou test was performed free of charge for 2784 women, for 177 of them
Those who test results were positive, I recommend the consultation
specialty and subsequent treatment.
that in 2018 on May 7, 77 new cases of cervical cancer were identified
a lot in 2017 and 23 more than in 2016.
She indicated that
significant increase in cervical cancer in women
increased participation from rural areas
community nurses and mediators in mobilization
female population during Babesha Papanicolaou test.
from DSP Suceava showed that good information on preventive measures
the occurrence of cervical cancer can save “precious lives” by noting that thanks
Tests performed, 49 percent of all possible cancers
cervical cancer has been prevented.
Primary physician Dan Dumitrahe from Medical Center
Bucovina says early diagnosis of cervical cancer increases
Significant chances of cure and survival, showing that in case
0-1A, the survival rate is 93 percent, in
The survival rate at stage 1B-2A is 80 percent, and if detected
The incidence of stage 3-4 survival is 15-20 percent.
Dr. Suceava showed that this type of cancer
this is a malignant disease that is not diagnosed in time, can lead to death.
He stressed the importance of the test.
Babes Papanicolaou and gynecological consultation, showing that, unfortunately,
Romania is among the leading European countries in terms of mortality from colorectal cancer
uterus and 12 percent female population in Europe
diagnosed with cervical cancer comes from Romania.
Dr. Maria Bukhineyanu, MD, from Bucharest
The Suceava County Planning Center presented the risk factors that contributed to
the occurrence of cervical cancer.
She said that besides human papillomavirus infection (HPV), the early onset of life
at the age of 16-17 years increases the risk of disease by 2.4 times,
a large number of partners, smoking, obesity, chlamydial infection
There are other factors that contribute to the occurrence of this type of cancer.
A doctor from Suceava advised the girls
to think about
twice ", deciding at what age they start sex life to protect themselves,
be properly informed and take the HPV vaccine, adding that it will
I wanted to test for the first two years from the start of sexual activity
She mentioned that the HPV vaccine is recommended
for the introduction of female population aged 11-14 years,
which prevents HPV infection, but does not cure it, indicating that it currently exists
Three types of HPV vaccine.
“There are epidemiological studies showing that vaccination at this age
determines a very high antibody titer, the highest. It was found that
ten years after vaccination in countries where this vaccination was
was done correctly and consistently, low-risk precancerous lesions decreased
with 45 percent and injuries
high-risk precancerous diseases are reduced by 85 percent, ”he explained.
Dr. Maria Bushinyan said he
It is important for the female population to understand the role of HPV vaccination, for example:
method of primary prevention of cervical cancer.
Coordinator of the screening network organized in UUS
Suceava, chief gynecologist Laura Kok, said in countries with
Actual problems of cervical cancer prevention are already being discussed.
about eradicating this disease, citing the example of Australia that it introduced
HPV vaccination 2007 and screening prevention
an early disease that tends not to have in the next 20 years
cervical cancer among the population.
She said that HPV vaccination is “ideal” for
sexual activity, because there is confidence that at this age "HPV was not taken," but for
that the immunity of a young person at this age is favorable, as it creates an “antibody titer”, which
“If vaccination is done by the age of 14, this is already under discussion
two doses of administration, because it seems that the answer is so good
that only two doses are enough, and if done after 14
added another amplifier. It is important to know that even if we do not vaccinate
doesn’t mean that I got rid of HPV, doesn’t mean that if we got vaccinated, we don’t need
we do Babesha Papanicolaou test. In romania this
Harvesting is currently held once a year for people without risk, ”said Dr. Laura Coca.
Recalling the effectiveness of the screening program,
A doctor from Suceava said that this is reflected in the percentage of dysplasia
cervical discovery indicating that through the cancer screening network
cervical section of the SJU Suceava, using tests Babes-Papanicolau, performed in
This year, five percent of patients who have been diagnosed
dysplastic lesions that were referred to a gynecologist, benefited from
conservative treatment and healthy.
Secretary General of the Suceava College of Doctors,
family doctor Irina Badrayan said that family doctors should
gains the trust of patients and explains what they must do to
Protect your health and convince them to take the Babes Papanicolaou test.
Dr. Irina Badrayan said that a cytological smear "notifies us" about HPV infections, as well as about infections.
She said that patients should also be addressed
doctors when they need advice they can give
necessary information on preventive measures or measures to be taken
"The responsibility for our own health belongs to us, to take care of
our health under no circumstances! "Badrajan also said.
In turn, the family doctor Clara
Hapenchuk, a practitioner in rural areas, confirmed the idea of early detection of cancer
The cervix increases the chances of recovery by showing that it recommends it to patients.
do the Babesha Papanicolaou test.
Marian Stolera, MD
urged those present at the debate to be duly informed and
The President of the Suceava College of Doctors also participated in the discussion on “Stop cervical cancer”
surgeon surgeon Sorin Hancu, primary oncologist Doina Elena Ganeya and
anatomologist Alexander Pascal from SJU Suceava, MD
family Maria Dushuk, priest Catalin Cornel Mures.
According to the organizers, the event has not only one
Educational and informational nature, as well as humanitarian, funds raised
donations and lottery tickets
donated to a successful diagnosis of cervical cancer that needs this