first_imgRelatedJamaicans urged to get screened for colon cancer Jamaicans urged to get screened for colon cancer Health & WellnessMarch 21, 2011 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail MANDEVILLE – Administrative Director of the Jamaica Cancer Society, Carol Blair, is appealing to Jamaicans 50 years and over, to get screened for colon cancer. She said that advances in technology allows for early detection, which could save lives. “We encourage that you go to your doctor or go to the clinic and you ask questions. The most important thing (is) for people to get tested annually. Once you are 50, both men and women, you need to start getting screened for colon cancer,” she stated. Mrs. Blair was addressing a colon cancer medical symposium held recently at the Golf View Hotel in Mandeville in observance of Colon Cancer Awareness Month in March. Chief Medical Officer at the Mandeville Regional Hospital, Dr. Hopeton Falconer, also stressed the importance of screening for early detection of the disease. He said that if pre-cancerous tumors are caught, they can be successfully removed and prevent the high financial and emotional costs associated with cancer surgery or chemotherapy. He said that in addition to having regular checks, persons should adopt healthy lifestyle habits, including healthy diet and regular exercise. Cancer of the colon is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in Jamaica. The Jamaica Cancer Registry reported an incidence of 13 per 100,000 cases locally. Like cervical cancer however, colon cancer can be prevented with screening to detect the pre-cancerous stage in the form of colon polyps. These can then be removed from the colon before cancer forms. CONTACT: GARFIELD ANGUS, JIS Reporter RelatedJamaicans urged to get screened for colon cancer RelatedJamaicans urged to get screened for colon cancer Advertisementslast_img read more

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first_imgThe website suggests that the question of renewed production is still being discussed, but says the Russian military believes the aircraft is not Ukrainian intellectual says Aleksey Rogozin, vice president for transport aviation of the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), has suggested that whilst the resumption of production is extremely difficult, it is a ‘solvable task’.Elsewhere, it is reported that Yury Sytnik, a member of the Russian presidential commission on aviation development, speaking on Hovorit Moskva (a Moscow radio channel) suggested that any updated plane will likely come under a new brand since it would have to be significantly modified to meet the modern requirements.“The avionics, the chassis design, the new engines. It will be based on AN-124, but really it will be another aircraft,” he is reported to have said.The AN-124 is the world’s largest civil cargo aircraft, and an acknowledged leader of the air cargo market for the transportation of oversized and super heavy shipments. The combination of exceptional characteristics such as its cargo compartment size, flight range and uplift capability without using special loading equipment allows the AN-124 to carry super heavy and oversized cargo up to 120 tonnes across the greatest range.The aircraft made its maiden flight in December 1982. www.volga-dnepr.comwww.antonov-airlines.comlast_img read more

first_imgIt is claimed that QPR are interested in Hibernian striker Jason Cummings.A host of players north of the border have been linked with QPR by the Scottish media.And the Daily Record now suggest that both the R’s and Barnsley are monitoring the 21-year-old Cummings.  Some of the latest transfer speculation involving our area’s Championship clubs…Fulham’s Tom Cairney is a transfer target for Aston Villa, the Daily Mirror claim.AdChoices广告Cairney played under Villa boss Steve Bruce at Hull, before leaving to join Blackburn Rovers in January 2014.Newcastle have also been inked with a move for Cairney and, according to the Mirror, Villa are also keen. Hammers close to Hogan deal, Sun say West Ham are reportedly close to agreeing the signing of Brentford striker Scott Hogan in a deal worth £15m. The Sun say Hogan is set to move to east London for an initial £9m with a potential further £6m in add-ons. It comes after Brentford turned down previous offers from West Ham for the 24-year-old, who has scored 14 goals this season. Hogan’s former club Rochdale would be entitled to a slice of any transfer fee.  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x No Senior in Local Area Should Go Without This £49 Smartwatch x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x Final Moment: What the Cameraman Captures Next is Heartbreaking x This New Air Conditioner Under £70 with No Installation Necessary is Selling out x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Bees and Fulham linked with Akpom Embed from Getty Images Brentford and Fulham are interested in taking Chuba Akpom on loan from Arsenal, according to The Times. Cardiff City are also said to be keen on the 21-year-old forward, who made four appearances for Brenford during a loan spell at Griffin Park in 2014. The Times say he could be allowed out on loan again and that a move to the Championship is likely. QPR linked with Hibs forwardEmbed from Getty Imageslast_img read more