Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 10th, 2005
"Rapid increases in cervical adenocarcinoma incidence have been observed in Western countries in recent decades. Postulated explanations include an increasing specificity of subtype-the capability to diagnose the disease, an inability of cytologic screening to reduce adenocarcinoma, and heterogeneity in cofactors related to persistent human papillomavirus infection," investigators in Norway reported.
The study by F. Bray and colleagues "examined the possible contribution of these factors in relation with trends observed in...
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