Blueprinting in Coherence to Diagnostic Momentum: On Account of Cancer Detection in Bahawalpur Community


  • Yasmeen Manzoor
  • Momina Dilshad
  • Shahzad Gul Hassan
  • Murtaza Hasan The islamia university bahawalpur
  • Muhammad Nasir
  • Tuba Tariq
  • Ayesha Zafar
  • Shahbano Israr
  • Fatima Tariq
  • Ain ul Haq



: Cancer, hemoglobin, biochemical profiling, Symptomatic analysis. Mortality rate


In the current era, cancer is a critical health problem. Purpose of the study was symptomatic analysis of cancer patients and medical evaluation of hematological and biochemical parameters of patients from different geographical areas of district Bahawalpur. A crosssectional study was done to find out the diagnostic timeliness in cancer patients. Out of 150 cancer patients, 53% patients were males and 47% females with  age from 15 years to 75 years. It has been shown that 76% of patients represent major symptoms of cancer while 24% of patients were showing minor symptoms. Furthermore, cancer patients were disturbed metabolical, hematological, and biochemical profiling. There were 83% of patients with anemia and 17% patients have normal hemoglobin count in males and 85 % of total female patients have low hemoglobin level while rest of 15% have normal hemoglobin count. Illiteracy is positively influencing the factors responsible for causing cancer with 53%, whereas 23% less than primary level education and only 1% of patients had completed their graduation. There were 31% of the patients lies in upper lower class of society, 28% lower class, Lower middle class 19%, middle class 14%, upper middle class 7% and only 1 % patients belong to high social status. This study will help to diagnosis the early cancer detection via biochemical and metabolic profiling.



How to Cite

Yasmeen Manzoor, Momina Dilshad, Hassan, S. G. ., Hasan, M., Nasir, M., Tariq, T., Zafar, A. ., Israr, S. ., Tariq, F. ., & Ain ul Haq. (2022). Blueprinting in Coherence to Diagnostic Momentum: On Account of Cancer Detection in Bahawalpur Community. Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 3(1), 64-79.