Photos: Maxim Mishin / press service of the mayor and government of Moscow
Residents of Moscow will be free to be tested for cancer. This was reported on the website of the mayor and government capital.
Program for early diagnosis of the most common types of cancer will start on 30 July. Pass oncoming free in 66 health facilities until the end of August.
According to the Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova, start your free test is required due to pent-up demand for screening programmes, which have developed over the course of the pandemic coronavirus.
“We urge Muscovites to pass the initial examination — tomorrow it can be done based on 66 outpatient clinics. The program includes research that will help to diagnose the prerequisites for one of the most common of cancer,” she said.
In the framework of the program women from 18 to 39 years are encouraged to do breast ultrasound, and 40 years and older, a mammogram. Girls over the age of 18 can be diagnosed cervix. Men aged 45 years should undergo a blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA). All Muscovites are encouraged to pass a stool for occult blood.
To pass the test required of the Moscow policy of obligatory medical insurance (OMS). On the website of the Department of health need to choose the clinic, which is attached to the patient, and to enroll by phone number companies.
The results of oncoscience will appear in the electronic medical record of the patient to mos.ru and in the mobile application “SYSTEM.INFO”. If there is a need for further research with the participant will contact the doctor, the report said.
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