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While the media is rife with stories about the enemy outside, how about the rise of cancer –the enemy we face within? At a time when governments spend more on arms and weapons of mass destruction, shouldn’t somebody be investing

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Advice from Shaukat Khanum Specialists: Smoking Kills

Did you know that smoking shisha or chewing tobacco is just as harmful as smoking cigarettes? Here’s a report by Dr. Faheem Mahmood Butt, Consultant Pulmonologist at Shaukat Khanum Hospital (SKMCH), about the harms of tobacco consumption and why smokers should quit. Smoking is

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Meet our Nurses

Did you know that SKMCH nurses and nursing students are provided with international standard training? When it comes to patient care, they really are the best in Pakistan. Every year, Shaukat Khanum Hospital (SKMCH) holds a ceremony for excellence in

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Faraz UlHaq runs 10K for IKCA

Faraz UlHaq is your average Civil Engineer from Kettering, and a proud father of two. But just last week he did something life changing. Faraz ran 10k at the Milton Keynes Festival of Running on the 3rd of March, completing

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Did you know that Ovarian Cancer is the biggest cause of gynaecological fatalities in the UK? What’s more, we have some of the lowest ovarian cancer survival rates in Europe. You can help us change that. Women are natural carers

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Reduce your Risk of Cancer

At IKCA, we believe that cancer should be talked about, because the only way to beat a disease, which is on the rise, is to know more about it. In that vein, we’ve been Cancer Aware this February, and we’ve been

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Shaukat Khanum Specialists on Childhood Cancer

February 15 was International Childhood Cancer Day. To mark the occasion, we spoke to Dr. Sadia Javed Khan, consultant Paediatric Oncologist at SKMCH. “Early detection of cancer in children and proper treatment under the supervision of qualified paediatric oncologists always

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This February be Cancer Aware

February is national cancer awareness month, here in the UK, and we’ve been spreading the word on the importance of early detection. Join us. Who knows, this post you share might just save a life. On February 4th, World Cancer

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