Prostate (prostate) cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the main medical and social problems of oncourology. Lesions of the prostate gland of various nature and etiology are observed in 90% of the male population over 40 years of age. And the average age of people who are diagnosed with a malignant neoplasm is 60-70 years. The difficulty of… Read more


During menopause, a woman becomes very vulnerable to the development of many diseases. The organs of the genitourinary system are most susceptible to changes. One of the diseases associated with changes in hormonal levels is kraurosis. This is a serious lesion of the external genital organs, which is characterized by their atrophy and wrinkling. Deficiency… Read more

Dysplasia of the cervix

Precancerous diseases are conditions that are the basis for the development of the oncological process. Therefore, the detection and control of such conditions is important, as it allows you to avoid the development of cancer! One of the most common oncological processes in women is cervical cancer. Like many other tumors, it has the same… Read more

Ovarian cancer. Diagnostics and treatment

Ovarian cancer is the most common cancer among the female population. The high percentage of mortality of this pathology is explained by the latent course of all tumor-like processes in these paired gonads. Therefore, the effectiveness of further therapy directly depends on early detection and timely treatment. Unfortunately, the majority of women who do not… Read more

Thyroid cancer

Thyroid cancer accounts for 1% in the structure of all oncopathologies, and it accounts for less than 0.5% of deaths. The disease can occur at any age. The maximum number of cases of a tumor of such localization was registered in persons from 45 to 64 years old, however, the most malignant thyroid cancer occurs… Read more

Cervical cancer

Oncopathology of female genital organs, and in particular cervical cancer, is one of the most common cancerous lesions among the female population. This problem affects a broad age group from 30 to 55 years old. Unfortunately, patients rarely feel any discomfort during the development of the tumor process and turn to a specialist rather late…. Read more