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[3/24/2009] Human papillomavirus genotype distribution in New Mexico cervical...

[3/3/2009] MRI and PET/CT improve cervical cancer patient's chances for ...

[2/19/2009] Incidence rates of cervical cancer linked to deprivation

[2/9/2009] New Local TV Ad Campaign To Educate St. Louis Women About Cervica...

[2/9/2009] New Local TV Ad Campaign To Educate Memphis Women About Cervical ...

[1/15/2009] Photos: Despite Widespread Awareness, Most Women Still Don't ...

[1/14/2009] U.S. and European Advocacy Groups Launch United, Global Campaign ...

[1/13/2009] Multiple Screening Strategy Boosts Cervical Cancer Detection

[1/13/2009] The PA Breast Cancer Coalition Urges You to Donate Your State Inc...

[12/17/2008] Fears of promiscuity pose barrier to cervical cancer vaccinations

[12/17/2008] Male circumcision may decrease risk of HPV infection and cervical...

[12/4/2008] Cervical Cancer Vaccine Well Tolerated

[12/4/2008] BD Receives FDA Approval for the BD FocalPoint(TM) GS Imaging Sys...

[11/19/2008] Mexican Department of Public Health to Launch Screening for Papil...

[9/22/2008] Model highlights benefits and risks of cervical cancer screening ...

[6/16/2008] Obese women in Canada are less likely to be screened for cervical...

[6/6/2008] Ending Cervical Cancer Featured at Summit; QIAGEN CEO Issues a Ca...

[5/27/2008] AUDIO from Medialink and Merck: Women Unite to Fight Cervical Can...

[5/21/2008] UNC study firms up promise of potential new cervical cancer scree...

[4/29/2008] Cervical Cancer Screens Effective But More Can Be Done


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