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Chitwan, Nov. 12: A free screening for uterine cancer has been started for HIV-infected women. The maternity ward of Bharatpur Hospital has started testing for the disease.
Medical Superintendent of the hospital Prof. Dr. Krishna Prasad Poudel informed that the uterine cancer test for women over 21 years of age who have been confirmed to be infected with HIV has been started free of cost.

According to her, the test was started because of the possibility of cervical cancer in women with HIV. According to AIDS Health Care Foundation program chief Krishna Hari Sapkota, nine infected women have been tested for free uterine cancer. The trial started last month. So far no cancer has been found in the women tested. He said that the service was started as soon as HIV positive people started getting cancer.

Program Chief Sapkota said, “We have brought this service in operation in coordination with the hospital so that it can help for further treatment in case of cancer.” Since 2021, 101 people have been infected with HIV in the district. According to Dr. Yuvanidhi Basaula, Senior Pediatrician, ART Clinic, Bharatpur Hospital, 2,025 people were infected between 2007 and October 2021.

During the tests conducted in different places of the district, the infection has been confirmed in them. Free ART medicine has been started for the newly identified infected. A total of 1,029 people are receiving free medicine from the ART clinic of the hospital. Of them, 495 are men, 490 are women and 44 are children. According to him, medicines were distributed to 428 people during the lockdown and food aid was provided to 133 people.रासस / File Photo





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