- Published: Wednesday, 13 April 2016
Cervical cancer is known as “women’s silent killer”. Cancer may develop for many years without giving any symptoms and when first symptoms occur (abnormal bleeding from reproductive organs, vaginal discharge, pain in lower abdomen or during sex) it may be too late for full recovery and a woman dies. 3600 new cases of cervical cancer are found in Poland every year, 1800 women cannot be rescued. Why is it so? Because Polish women do not perform examinations regularly.