cervical cancer

No need to panic.
One possible reason for this link is that IUDs might trigger an immune response that helps fight HPV infections.
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For decades, many women have seen their health care provider for their yearly Pap test to screen for cervical cancer. New
So, this is one of those mega-questions that I think all of our discussions about how we pay for and organize healthcare
A study led by my colleague Rebecca Siegel, MPH made headlines this week when it identified a worrisome rise in colorectal
Researchers experiment testing with a rotating fabric brush instead of a sharp object.
Cancer is the second-biggest killer in Latin America, accounting for 19 percent of all deaths on average. The International
Each week, LGBT HealthLink, a program of CenterLink, and researcher and blogger Corey Prachniak-Rincón bring you a round
Each week, LGBT HealthLink, a Program of CenterLink, and researcher and blogger Corey Prachniak-Rincón bring you a round
To start with, you need to start taking more responsibility for your own health care needs.
Google must’ve been having an off day. The websites staring back at me were for people with cancer. I was dealing with a
Allowing states to decide whether or not they’d waive protections allows for discrimination.
Her cells have contributed to nearly every area of medical research.