Cervical cancer can be prevented. When detected early it can be treated and cured with surgery. As we mark the one year anniversary of the “Cervical Cancer Elimination Day of Action”, I reflect on the role of surgical systems in eliminating cervical cancer.
Part 1: Dr. Isioma Okolo explores young people’s mental health during the pandemic with Victor Ugo in “Adults in Essence but not in Mind”
Adolescents make up 16% of the population and straddle the sometimes uncomfortable gap between childhood and adulthood. Seeking out information on the internet makes sense but at what cost?
Periods don’t have to cost us education, equity and the environment
We had no say in the decision of when, how, where and to whom we were born. Yet this was one of the most important decisions in our lives, which continues to impact us today.
Isioma Okolo is an Obstetrics & Gynaecology doctor, MPH student at Harvard Chan and research fellow at PGSSC, Harvard Medical School