Published in Vaccine Weekly, February 19th, 2003
"Lifestyle and social behaviors impact on risk for cervical cancer," wrote K. S. Tewari and P. J. DiSaia at the University California-Irvine. "Before examining the growing body of molecular evidence, animal studies, and phase I clinical trials that suggest that a virus-based vaccine for cervical cancer may soon become a reality, one must reflect on what has gone before in the vaccine-based battle with viral disease."
Tewari and DiSaia published...
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