Michelle Madzudzo

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We all have a role in fighting cancer

September is dedicated to raising awareness of various cancers, and prostate cancer, the number one cancer affecting Zimbabwean man is one of them.
By Michelle Madzudzo Sep. 1, 2022

Link between HIV and cancer

WORLDWIDE, about 35 million people are living with HIV and Aids. More than half of these live in sub-Saharan Africa. About half are women.
By Michelle Madzudzo Dec. 3, 2022

How to braai to beat cancer this festive season

Research shows that meat cooked at high temperatures releases chemicals that increase the risk of cancer.
By Michelle Madzudzo Dec. 16, 2022

Take it easy on red meat

Since this waste often contains carcinogens, a high amount of fibre decreases the opportunity for carcinogens to affect intestinal cells.
By Michelle Madzudzo Mar. 10, 2023

The link between brain cancer and cellphones

Because cellphones are usually held near the head when being used, the main concern has been whether they might cause or contribute to tumours in this area including brain
By Michelle Madzudzo May. 11, 2023

Chances of surviving cancer after diagnosis in Zim

These methods are used to treat cancer, individually or in conjunction with each other in order to produce the best result possible.
By Michelle Madzudzo Jun. 6, 2023

Let’s talk prostate cancer, wake up Zimbabwean men

Men’s health matters too! Wake up Zimbabwean men, let’s talk prostate cancer.
By Michelle Madzudzo Sep. 8, 2023

Male breast cancer: The untold story

Heavy consumption of alcohol increases the risk of cancers.
By Michelle Madzudzo Oct. 13, 2023

Cancer fight is everyone’s responsibility

Awareness and screening levels of these priority cancersan are of paramount importance.
By Michelle Madzudzo Jan. 26, 2024

Taking charge of your health: Cancer prevention month

Talk Cancer Zim is there to shed light on these preventable risk factors and offer guidance on how to effectively reduce the risk of cancer.

Remembering International Human Papilloma Virus Awareness Day

HPV is directly linked to cervical cancer, as persistent HPV infection with high-risk HPV types, especially HPV-16 and HPV-18, can cause cancer over time.