1. Ladies Your Health Matters

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    These excerpts are from a longer educational video titled "Ladies Your Health Matters." Produced, edited, and filmed by Malcolm E. Glover for the Belize Family Life Association and its network of clinics; the film encourages Belizean women to get annual checkups to prevent cervical cancer.The multilingual videos, which are in English, Spanish, and Kekchi a native Mayan language, are shown throughout Belize in urban areas, rural villages and coastal communities in an effort to better educate the public.

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    • Cancer VNR for CGHR.org in Telugu

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      A new study has found that nearly 600 000 Indians die every year from cancer, with 70% of those deaths occurring between the ages of 30-69 years. The study, led by the Centre for Global Health Research, and in close collaboration with Tata Memorial Hospital, is the first to provide a reliable total number of cancer deaths in rural and urban India. Previous estimates have relied on data from cancer registries, which are mainly located in urban areas, and are not representative of the 70% of Indians who live in rural areas. The most common cancer in men was oral cancer, followed by stomach and lung cancers. In women, the leading cancers were cervical, breast, and stomach. The burden from cancers caused by tobacco use was alarmingly high, contributing to almost 120,000 deaths in 2010, and was responsible for over 40% of male, and nearly 20% of female cancers. Cancer is an important cause of mortality in India, and equally affects both rural and urban areas. Cancer is also a significant burden in poor and uneducated, as illiterate adults had twice the risk of dying from cancer as the most educated ones. Large differences in cancer mortality rates between states, as well as large numbers of deaths from tobacco and infection-related cancers, indicate that the majority of cancer deaths can be avoided.

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      • Cancer VNR for CGHR.org in Bengali

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        A new study has found that nearly 600 000 Indians die every year from cancer, with 70% of those deaths occurring between the ages of 30-69 years. The study, led by the Centre for Global Health Research, and in close collaboration with Tata Memorial Hospital, is the first to provide a reliable total number of cancer deaths in rural and urban India. Previous estimates have relied on data from cancer registries, which are mainly located in urban areas, and are not representative of the 70% of Indians who live in rural areas. The most common cancer in men was oral cancer, followed by stomach and lung cancers. In women, the leading cancers were cervical, breast, and stomach. The burden from cancers caused by tobacco use was alarmingly high, contributing to almost 120,000 deaths in 2010, and was responsible for over 40% of male, and nearly 20% of female cancers. Cancer is an important cause of mortality in India, and equally affects both rural and urban areas. Cancer is also a significant burden in poor and uneducated, as illiterate adults had twice the risk of dying from cancer as the most educated ones. Large differences in cancer mortality rates between states, as well as large numbers of deaths from tobacco and infection-related cancers, indicate that the majority of cancer deaths can be avoided.

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        • Cancer VNR for CGHR.org in Hindi

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          A new study has found that nearly 600 000 Indians die every year from cancer, with 70% of those deaths occurring between the ages of 30-69 years. The study, led by the Centre for Global Health Research, and in close collaboration with Tata Memorial Hospital, is the first to provide a reliable total number of cancer deaths in rural and urban India. Previous estimates have relied on data from cancer registries, which are mainly located in urban areas, and are not representative of the 70% of Indians who live in rural areas. The most common cancer in men was oral cancer, followed by stomach and lung cancers. In women, the leading cancers were cervical, breast, and stomach. The burden from cancers caused by tobacco use was alarmingly high, contributing to almost 120,000 deaths in 2010, and was responsible for over 40% of male, and nearly 20% of female cancers. Cancer is an important cause of mortality in India, and equally affects both rural and urban areas. Cancer is also a significant burden in poor and uneducated, as illiterate adults had twice the risk of dying from cancer as the most educated ones. Large differences in cancer mortality rates between states, as well as large numbers of deaths from tobacco and infection-related cancers, indicate that the majority of cancer deaths can be avoided.

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          • Cancer VNR for CGHR.org in Kannada

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            A new study has found that nearly 600 000 Indians die every year from cancer, with 70% of those deaths occurring between the ages of 30-69 years. The study, led by the Centre for Global Health Research, and in close collaboration with Tata Memorial Hospital, is the first to provide a reliable total number of cancer deaths in rural and urban India. Previous estimates have relied on data from cancer registries, which are mainly located in urban areas, and are not representative of the 70% of Indians who live in rural areas. The most common cancer in men was oral cancer, followed by stomach and lung cancers. In women, the leading cancers were cervical, breast, and stomach. The burden from cancers caused by tobacco use was alarmingly high, contributing to almost 120,000 deaths in 2010, and was responsible for over 40% of male, and nearly 20% of female cancers. Cancer is an important cause of mortality in India, and equally affects both rural and urban areas. Cancer is also a significant burden in poor and uneducated, as illiterate adults had twice the risk of dying from cancer as the most educated ones. Large differences in cancer mortality rates between states, as well as large numbers of deaths from tobacco and infection-related cancers, indicate that the majority of cancer deaths can be avoided.

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            • Cancer VNR for CGHR.org in English

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              A new study has found that nearly 600 000 Indians die every year from cancer, with 70% of those deaths occurring between the ages of 30-69 years. The study, led by the Centre for Global Health Research, and in close collaboration with Tata Memorial Hospital, is the first to provide a reliable total number of cancer deaths in rural and urban India. Previous estimates have relied on data from cancer registries, which are mainly located in urban areas, and are not representative of the 70% of Indians who live in rural areas. The most common cancer in men was oral cancer, followed by stomach and lung cancers. In women, the leading cancers were cervical, breast, and stomach. The burden from cancers caused by tobacco use was alarmingly high, contributing to almost 120,000 deaths in 2010, and was responsible for over 40% of male, and nearly 20% of female cancers. Cancer is an important cause of mortality in India, and equally affects both rural and urban areas. Cancer is also a significant burden in poor and uneducated, as illiterate adults had twice the risk of dying from cancer as the most educated ones. Large differences in cancer mortality rates between states, as well as large numbers of deaths from tobacco and infection-related cancers, indicate that the majority of cancer deaths can be avoided.

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              • Planned Parenthood Saved My Life

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                Women have effective tools to prevent cervical cancer. The first step is usually a Pap or HPV test. A Pap or HPV test can determine whether you have any HPV that may lead to cervical cancer.

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                • Cervarix

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                  Health care commercial. Agency: MRM Worldwide. Client: Glaxosmithkline. Assembly's role in this was editorial.

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                  • Celebrating Courage

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                    The National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC) was founded in 1996 as a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to serving women with, or at risk for, cervical cancer and HPV disease. In this video, NCCC highlights stories of cervical cancer survivors and offers vital information on cervical cancer prevention.

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                    • Family Health Ministries - The Leogane Family Health Center

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                      Family Health Ministries, a Durham-based non profit, plans to build a family health center in Haiti in the Leogane region. This video gives an introduction to the work they have been doing in Haiti for 18 years and the need for a new medical facility. For more info visit http://familyhm.org.

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