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Cervical Cancer

Feature Video
Allie Strickler
A new subtype of cervical cancer was found that does not express the HPV oncogene.
Allie Strickler
Computed-tomography (CT)-planned high-dose-rate (HDR) intracavitary brachytherapy (BT) showed excellent local control for patients with stage 1 or 2 cervical cancer, according to a recent study. 
Beth Fand Incollingo
The National LGBT Cancer Network is making cancer screenings more available to a high-risk, underserved population.
 
Laura Panjwani
Women who were vaccinated against HPV do not need to be screened for cervical cancer as often, according to a recent study.
Laura Panjwani
Fewer than half the women with advanced cervical cancer are receiving standard of care.
Allie Strickler
A recent study found a correlation between frequent cervical cancer screenings and decreased mortality.
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
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."
Christina Izzo
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.
Christina Izzo
A new study has found that a psychosocial telephone counseling intervention helps improve mood and quality of life in cervical cancer survivors.
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