Basal cell carcinoma is one of the most common types of skin cancer. It rarely spreads beyond the skin and is therefore less likely to be life-threatening compared to other cancerous growths (malignancy). Nevertheless it should be considered as a serious condition since it is cancer.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a condition mainly seen in older males where the prostate gland enlarges and leads to a number of urinary symptoms. Although this enlargement occurs in all men, some do not suffer with it significantly while for others it can be debilitating.
Anal cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects the anal canal. The anal canal is the last part of digestive tract starting from the rectum and extending up to the anal orifice or anus through which faeces is expelled out of the body. Although uncommon, it is equally as deadly as more types of cancers affecting other parts of the body.
Pensioners are unfortunately faced with some of the toughest circumstances when it comes to medical aid cover. On one hand