‘I want to know if I have men’s cancer’: Woman, 60, on her journey to know men’s cancers

Women are more likely to have meningococcal meningitis, the most common cause of meningive and palsy disorders, than women are to have cervical cancer, according to a new study.The finding is based on a systematic review of data from the National Health and Medical Research Council’s National Survey of Australia’s Men’s Health, which surveyed more …