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Medical practice, laboratory sued for allegedly failing to recognize patient's ... - The Louisiana Record

February 18, 2015 - 7:10pm

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Medical practice, laboratory sued for allegedly failing to recognize patient's ...
The Louisiana Record
photo-medical-malpractice NEW ORLEANS – A 30-year old New Orleans woman is suing her gynecologist and a lab testing service for allegedly failing to note the symptoms of cervical cancer, thus letting the condition grow worse. Jacquelyn Graulty filed ...

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New vaccine could nearly eradicate cervical cancer, UAB researcher says - AL.com

February 18, 2015 - 6:45pm

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New vaccine could nearly eradicate cervical cancer, UAB researcher says
AL.com
Emily Bannister, 14, is getting the cancer vaccine because her mother, Chrissie, feels it's important to protect her child from possible cervical cancer. This Photo: L to R, Chrissie Bannister, daughter Emily Bannister, and Huntsville Pediatrics RN ...
New HPV Vaccine May Dramatically Reduce Cervical CancerShape Magazine
BIFF documentary sheds light on HPV, cervical cancerGazettextra
New HPV Vaccine Shows Promise to Dramatically Reduce Cervical CancerInfection Control Today

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New HPV vaccine offers greater protection against cervical cancer than current ... - Medical Xpress

February 18, 2015 - 6:06pm

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New HPV vaccine offers greater protection against cervical cancer than current ...
Medical Xpress
Scientists have developed a new HPV (human papilloma virus) vaccine which protects against nine types of the virus - seven of which cause most cases of cervical cancer. The new vaccine offers significantly greater protection than the current vaccine ...
New HPV vaccine shows promise to dramatically reduce cervical cancerThe Mix
Botswana rolls out cervical cancer vaccination campaignStarAfrica.com
Get HPV vaccine for children now to prevent cancer laterThe Sheboygan Press
Scientific American -News-Medical.net
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Weight Loss Wednesday: Patti Lost 103 Pounds After Surviving Cervical Cancer - Closer Weekly

February 18, 2015 - 3:13pm

Closer Weekly

Weight Loss Wednesday: Patti Lost 103 Pounds After Surviving Cervical Cancer
Closer Weekly
After surviving stage two cervical cancer, Patti Murillo-Casa packed on the pounds due to frequent indulges in fast food. Patti was later diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes — a scary turning point that motivated her to set out on a weight loss journey by ...

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Tegafur-uracil (UFT) fights uterine cervical cancer - Food Consumer

February 17, 2015 - 5:57pm

Tegafur-uracil (UFT) fights uterine cervical cancer
Food Consumer
The study was intended to analyze data from 309 patients with uterine cervical cancer with 162 receiving UFT in a dose of 600 mg per day of Tegafur as a maintenance therapy and then the survival rate was compared to that for those 147 controls who did ...

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HPV Cancers in Men Take Off - Scientific American

February 17, 2015 - 10:12am

Scientific American

HPV Cancers in Men Take Off
Scientific American
By 2020 experts project that such cancer diagnoses will exceed those for cervical cancer in the U.S., shifting the burden of HPV-associated cancers from women to men. Gillison reported these findings in October 2014 at the annual ScienceWriters meeting.

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Women urged to keep cervical cancer screening test - Fenland Citizen

February 17, 2015 - 10:08am

Fenland Citizen

Women urged to keep cervical cancer screening test
Fenland Citizen
The Cambridgeshire County Council Health Committee recently looked at this issue and were concerned that the percentage of women attending cervical cancer screening in Cambridgeshire is falling. Cervical screening is recommended every three years for ...

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Staying safe from cervical cancer - The Nation

February 16, 2015 - 1:03pm

The Nation

Staying safe from cervical cancer
The Nation
For years the most common cancer found among Thai women, cervical cancer has now been overtaken by breast cancer. That's not to say the incidence has decreased. Today, 8,184 new cases are being diagnosed every year - that's 22 a day - and the ...

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Study: Lesbians Have Greater Risk of Developing Cervical Cancer Than Straight ... - Rainbow Times

February 13, 2015 - 1:37pm

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Study: Lesbians Have Greater Risk of Developing Cervical Cancer Than Straight ...
Rainbow Times
According to a study by the University of Washington School of Nursing published in January 2015, lesbians are at a greater risk of cervical cancer than their straight counterparts. Adult nurse practitioner Lindsay Waterman paired up with UW's ...

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Botswana rolls out cervical cancer vaccination campaign - StarAfrica.com

February 13, 2015 - 12:29pm

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Botswana rolls out cervical cancer vaccination campaign
StarAfrica.com
A five-year comprehensive prevention and control strategy (2012-2016), launched in 2012 by the Ministry of Health, introduced a robust and sustainable plan that finally put cervical cancer on the priority disease hit-list for the country. HIV poses a ...
HPV vaccine highly effective against multiple cancer-causing strainsMedical Xpress
Public Release: 13-Feb-2015 HPV vaccine highly effective against multiple ...EurekAlert (press release)

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New Drug Development to Focus on the Genetics of Cervical Cancer - Drug Discovery & Development

February 13, 2015 - 9:18am

Drug Discovery & Development

New Drug Development to Focus on the Genetics of Cervical Cancer
Drug Discovery & Development
Researcher Dr Tsitsi Chituku is taking part in a project that seeks to learn more about the genetic factors that make some women more susceptible to cervical cancer. (Credit: University of Huddersfield) University of Huddersfield researcher Dr Tsitsi ...
UK: Zim researcher tackles cervical cancerNew Zimbabwe.com
UK: Zim researcher tackles cervical cancer geneticsThe Zimbabwean
Cancer Locks a Deadly Grip on Africa, Yet It's Barely NoticedInter Press Service

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UK: Zim researcher tackles cervical cancer - New Zimbabwe.com

February 13, 2015 - 12:44am

New Zimbabwe.com

UK: Zim researcher tackles cervical cancer
New Zimbabwe.com
UNIVERSITY of Huddersfield researcher Dr Tsitsi Chituku is taking part in a project that seeks to learn more about the genetic factors that make some women more susceptible to cervical cancer. It was a recent visit to Africa, to carry out a health ...
UK: Zim researcher tackles cervical cancer geneticsThe Zimbabwean
Cancer's Deadly Grip On Africa, Yet It's Barely NoticedInter Press Service

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Lesbians Are Less Likely To Get Screened For Cervical Cancer, And That's Just ... - Bustle

February 12, 2015 - 3:19pm

Bustle

Lesbians Are Less Likely To Get Screened For Cervical Cancer, And That's Just ...
Bustle
Nobody really likes going to the gynecologist, but it's a painful necessity so that we don't run the risk of missing something like, say, cervical cancer in its early stages. For homosexual women, however, that risk is significantly higher, and it's ...
Many Women Willing to Extend Cervical Cancer Screening IntervalsCancer Network
Cervical cancer risk for lesbiansTimes LIVE

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'I was too scared to have a smear test - but dying is worse' says mum with ... - Express.co.uk

February 12, 2015 - 11:01am

Express.co.uk

'I was too scared to have a smear test - but dying is worse' says mum with ...
Express.co.uk
Amanda Booth was diagnosed with cervical cancer in June last year aged just 27. She had chemotherapy and radiotherapy to fight the disease, but unfortunately the treatment was unsuccessful. Now tragically nothing more can be done for the 28-year-old ...
Terminally-ill mum was too scared to have smear test - then doctors diagnosed ...Mirror.co.uk

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New drug development to focus on the genetics of cervical cancer - Medical Xpress

February 12, 2015 - 10:49am

Medical Xpress

New drug development to focus on the genetics of cervical cancer
Medical Xpress
University of Huddersfield researcher Dr Tsitsi Chituku is taking part in a project that seeks to learn more about the genetic factors that make some women more susceptible to cervical cancer. It was a recent visit to Africa, to carry out a health ...

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Groundbreaking research aims to provide more effective treatment for women ... - News-Medical.net

February 12, 2015 - 8:45am

Groundbreaking research aims to provide more effective treatment for women ...
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UNIVERSITY of Huddersfield researcher Dr Tsitsi Chituku is taking part in a project that seeks to learn more about the genetic factors that make some women more susceptible to cervical cancer. It was a recent visit to Africa, to carry out a health ...

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Breast and cervical cancer screenings available in Logan - Logan Daily News

February 12, 2015 - 2:02am

Breast and cervical cancer screenings available in Logan
Logan Daily News
LOGAN — Free breast and cervical cancer screenings and education will be provided by the Ohio University Heritage College of Ostcopathic Medicine's (OU-HCOM) Communmity Health Program's Mobile Health Van on March 24 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the ...

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Twelve-Year Study Suggests Procedures to Prevent Cervical Cancer Do Not ... - PR Newswire (press release)

February 11, 2015 - 6:43pm

Twelve-Year Study Suggests Procedures to Prevent Cervical Cancer Do Not ...
PR Newswire (press release)
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Common surgical procedures used to diagnose and treat precancerous cervical lesions do not decrease women's chances of becoming pregnant, according to a study that followed nearly 100,000 women for ...
Kaiser study finds fertility unaffected by common cervical proceduresPortland Business Journal (blog)
Surgical procedures to treat pre-cancerous cervical lesions do not affect ...Oncology Nurse Advisor

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Lesbians Are Less Likely to Be Screened for Cervical Cancer - Cosmopolitan.com (blog)

February 11, 2015 - 6:31pm

Cosmopolitan.com (blog)

Lesbians Are Less Likely to Be Screened for Cervical Cancer
Cosmopolitan.com (blog)
In incredibly unfair news, lesbian women may have a higher risk of cervical cancer than heterosexual women for the all-time dumbest reason: Lesbians are less likely to be screened for HPV, the virus that causes cervical cancer when left untreated ...

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Twelve-year study suggests procedures to prevent cervical cancer do not affect ... - Medical Xpress

February 11, 2015 - 3:14pm

Twelve-year study suggests procedures to prevent cervical cancer do not affect ...
Medical Xpress
Common surgical procedures used to diagnose and treat precancerous cervical lesions do not decrease women's chances of becoming pregnant, according to a study that followed nearly 100,000 women for up to 12 years.
Kaiser study finds fertility unaffected by common cervical proceduresPortland Business Journal (blog)
Surgical procedures to treat pre-cancerous cervical lesions do not affect ...Oncology Nurse Advisor

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