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Poonam Pandey's death news: False news or publicity stunt? What is Cervical cancer?

Poonam Pandey's death news: False news or publicity stunt? What is Cervical cancer?

Bollywood actress and model Poonam Pandey's alleged death due to cervical cancer was widely reported on Friday. A post was made by her team on their official Instagram handle, in which information about the demise of Poonam Pandey was shared. However, fellow colleague Vineet Kakkar rubbished the news as fake and said it is completely false. It is worth noting that as of now, there has been no official confirmation of Poonam Pandey's demise, and details about her funeral are unknown.

Poonam Pandey's death news: False news or publicity stunt? What is Cervical cancer?
Photo : poonam Pandey ( file photo bharatrising)


On Friday, a post on Poonam Pandey's Instagram account said,

"THIS MORNING IS A
TOUGH ONE FOR US.
DEEPLY SADDENED TO
INFORM YOU THAT WE
HAVE LOST OUR
BELOVED POONAM TO
CERVICAL CANCER.
EVERY LIVING FORM
THAT EVER CAME IN
CONTACT WITH HER WAS
MET WITH PURE LOVE
AND KINDNESS. IN THIS
TIME OF GRIEF, WE
WOULD REQUEST FOR
PRIVACY WHILE WE
REMEMBER HER FONDLY
FOR ALL THAT WE
SHARED." 

After this, viral reaction started on the internet. Some believe it to be a mere publicity stunt, others suggest it may be an effort to draw attention to cervical cancer. It is necessary to clarify that there has been no confirmation of Poonam Pandey's death, and information about her funeral is still not available.

Doctor's statement

A skin doctor on Twitter emphasized that cervical cancer patients usually do not die suddenly. Contrary to popular reports, recent videos and pictures of Poonam Pandey show her to be healthy, raising doubts over the credibility of the reported cause of death. If indeed he has died, a thorough investigation should be conducted to find out the truth.


What is cervical cancer ?

Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the cells of the cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. It is often caused by persistent infection with certain strains of human papillomavirus (HPV). Cervical cancer can progress slowly, and early stages may not cause noticeable symptoms. Regular screenings, such as Pap smears or HPV tests, are crucial for early detection and effective treatment. Vaccination against certain HPV strains is also available as a preventive measure.

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