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Leveling the Playing Field for LGBT Patients
Beth Fand Incollingo
The National LGBT Cancer Network is making cancer screenings more available to a high-risk, underserved population.
HPV-Vaccinated Women Can Undergo Cervical Cancer Screening Less Frequently
Women who were vaccinated against HPV do not need to be screened for cervical cancer as often, according to a recent study.
Many Patients With Cervical Cancer Missing Out on Standard of Care
Fewer than half the women with advanced cervical cancer are receiving standard of care.
Regular Cervical Cancer Screening Reduces Mortality by 83 Percent
A recent study found a correlation between frequent cervical cancer screenings and decreased mortality.
Cervical Cancer Survivor Offers Advice for During and After Treatment
Fred Wyand, American Sexual Health Association/National Cervical Cancer Coalition
For Gail Powell, helping others through her cervical cancer treatment was, in turn, one of the biggest things she did to help herself.
Adele Croteau Discusses the Impact of Her Mother's Cancer
We sat down with Adele Croteau, a survivor of cervical cancer from Ottawa, Canada, at I Had Cancer's "A Celebration of Shared Experiences Honoring You."
HPV Vaccination in Boys Found Cost-Effective in Preventing Oropharyngeal Cancer
A new study has shown that vaccinating adolescent boys may be cost-effective for preventing oropharyngeal cancer, a disease that's projected to become the most common HPV-related cancer by 2020.
Study Finds Clues To Improve Quality of Life in Cervical Cancer Survivors
A new study has found that a psychosocial telephone counseling intervention helps improve mood and quality of life in cervical cancer survivors.
Study Highlights Geographical Differences in Cervical Cancer Incidence
Beth Fand Incollingo
States with the highest incidence of, and mortality from, cervical cancer also have the lowest uptake of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine by adolescent girls, researchers found in a recent study.
When a Second Opinion is One Too Many
Not every cancer patient seeks, needs or wants a second opinion.
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