Vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain and bleeding from the bottom seen as 'most shameful symptoms'
Potential cancer symptoms are being ignored by 25% of UK employees - the equivalent of 4.7m people - because they are too embarrassed to seek advice from a doctor, research from Bupa has found. The research, which surveyed 1,245 workers, estimated that nearly half a million (480,000) people have avoided doing to the doctor altogether, risking a serious condition going undiagnosed. Vaginal bleeding is viewed as the most awkward symptom to discuss by UK adults, followed by pain in the groin,...
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Prevention during a pandemic
Will Wood, previously head of UK SME strategy at Aviva, has joined insurtech firm