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[7/21/2014] HPV Test Beats Pap Smear in Gauging Cervical Cancer Risk, Study F...

[7/18/2014] A negative HPV test may predict lower cervical cancer risk than a...

[5/11/2014] US cervical cancer rates higher than previously reported, especia...

[3/9/2014] Targeted drug may prolong survival of patients with cervical canc...

[2/18/2014] HIV drug used to reverse effects of virus that causes cervical ca...

[1/15/2014] Phase II trial of Bevacizumab (Avastin) in locally advanced cervi...

[1/14/2014] Screening helps prevent cervical cancer in older women

[12/11/2013] CEO Dr. Joseph Kim to Discuss Inovio's Innovative Approach to...

[11/14/2013] Cepheid Highlights Promising Early Performance Of Its Cervical Ca...

[11/3/2013] 1 dose of HPV vaccine may be enough to prevent cervical cancer

[11/2/2013] IU study: Leadership void, not lack of money, slows efforts to ad...

[9/24/2013] The Changing Face of Cervical Cancer in China

[9/11/2013] Brachytherapy to treat cervical cancer declines in US, treatment ...

[8/23/2013] Study finds genomic differences in types of cervical cancer

[8/1/2013] University of Virginia Cancer Center Begins Using New Telemedicin...

[7/8/2013] Physicians slow to implement HPV vaccination and cervical cancer ...

[6/20/2013] ASCO Impact Report from Encuity Research Indicates Strong Interes...

[6/19/2013] Genetics of cervical cancer raise concern about antiviral therapy...

[6/2/2013] Avastin May Boost Survival in Advanced Cervical Cancer: Study

[5/30/2013] Researchers discover new weapon in fight against cervical cancer


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