Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 1st, 2005
"Cervical cancer is a largely preventable disease through the detection, treatment and follow-up of its precursors," scientists in South Africa stated. "Traditionally, this has been accomplished through screening women with cervical cytology, and referring women with abnormal cytology for colposcopy, histological sampling and treatment."
"In organized programs that achieve wide coverage of the target population at frequent intervals, this approach has resulted in a considerable reduction in cervical cancer," L.A. Denny and T.C. Wright reported. "Recently, however, the...
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