Tuesday, 22 January 2008 6:23 PM

Paps Smear Clinic

Dear Editor,

I wish to congraduate those responsible for setting up the clinic which is a very good way of contributing to the welfare of the people of the Solomon Islands. I say this because females are a very important part of our human existence. When there is no mother, there is no father and therefore, no children. This is a very obvious fact that I am stating here.

With due respect, I understand that cervical cancer are caused by many factors, these can range from genetics, our lifestyles i.e the types of foods we eat(probably), or the types of environment one is exposed to, along with many other unknown factors. Assuming that some of the factors mentioned can contribute to the disease...is their any way one can prevent getting cervical cancer? I am sure that there are other readers who may have similar quieries.

Thank you.

Stalin Fiualakwa
Tarawa
Republic of Kiribati.

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