Women's Health

24 November 2015

Did you know that five women die from cervical cancer every day and breast cancer reaches a diameter of 1 cm after 6 years? During our lecture on Women's Health, we will get to know some of the darker aspects of the female body. We will start by explaining what is cancer and how it adversely affects our health. We will consider what causes it, how to detect it and what we women can do in our daily lives to protect ourselves from the disease.

We'll find out what methods of diagnosis are available at Polish hospitals, throw in a handful of facts about how, where and when to go about outwitting the disease. During the one hour lecture we will try to convince you to visit your gynecologist more frequently, and tame your fears about the specialised equipment you will encounter during your visits. We will show you how to self-examine and its benefits.

At the end, we'll talk about how to go through motherhood and menopause gracefully.
Those interested are cordially invited to attend the lecture and participate in the conversation that will be led by Dr. Marta Smentek

The lecture will be held on 3rd December 2015 at 5.15pm at the Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of the Interior in Warsaw (Block C, Room No 20 - Family Medicine Clinic).
Seats are limited so we advise you to reserve your place in advance by phoning +48 (22) 508 15 50, Monday to Friday from 8am - 3pm.