cervical cancer

"The elephant in the room is that many of our patients are dying and there is often nothing we can do to change that."
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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
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