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A study has found that using human papillomavirus ( HPV ) DNA testing to determine who should receive a cervical examination called colposcopy is a cost-effective management strategy for women with eq ...


Human papillomavirus ( HPV ) was found to be the main risk factor associated with increased incidence of an unusual type of cervical cancer called cervical adenocarcinoma. The incidence of cervical ...


Current users of oral contraceptives are at increased risk of developing cervical cancer, however 10 years after stopping use the risk returns to that seen for never-users. Jane Green, Cancer Epide ...


Supracervical hysterectomy, a surgical technique that removes the uterus while leaving the cervix intact, does not have clear benefits over total hysterectomy in women with non-cancerous disease and s ...


The aim of a study was to determine factors influencing long term risks for acquiring or dying from invasive cervical or vaginal cancer in women previously treated for cervical intraepithelial neoplas ...