Published in Health Risk Factor Week, May 5th, 2009
"Human papillomavirus infection is common, preventable, and now widely accepted as the causative agent with oncogenic potential in the development of cervical cancer. Screening via Papanicolaou testing is critical, and interpretation of test results with knowledge of patient risk factors is imperative," wrote J.B. Warren and colleagues, Oregon Health & Science University.
The researchers concluded: "Many evidence-based guidelines for screening, interpretation, and management have been...
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