Parents of young girls may soon be offered the opportunity to have their daughters immunised against a sexually transmitted virus that is the major cause of cervical cancer.
African American women living in communities with high poverty rates are less likely to be screened for cervical cancer.
In five generations we've gone from cervical cancer being the most common cause of cancer death in US for women to being a vaccine preventable disease.
women who participated in a program that combines screening and treatment in one visit had a higher rate of cervical cancer treatment.
Two cervical cancer prevention programs resulted in a lower prevalence of precancerous cervical lesions and cervical cancer.
Women with cervical cancer have a broad range of concerns regarding cervical cancer, its treatment and additional psychosocial issues.
Cervical cancer is largely preventable if caught early through use of Pap screening.
Nearly all cervical cancers are associated with HPV infection of the cervix, which is now recognized as the major cause of cervical cancer.
A new report finds that high rates of cervical cancer are indicators of larger problems in access to health care.
Cervical cancer, cancer of the cervix, at the base of the uterus, kills more women annually than childbirth.
The most common reason many women give to explain why they didn't receive regular Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer is that their doctors didn't recommend the test.
While vaccines for cervical cancer remain in clinical trials, an analysis concludes that it would not eliminate the need for screening.