Cervical Cancer
Cervical Cancer
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Rob DillardASCO 2024 | June 4, 2024
Pembrolizumab use is increasing among patients with recurrent cervical cancer.
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Rob DillardCervical Cancer | May 14, 2024
Camrelizumab plus apatinib demonstrates robust and sustained efficacy in treating patients with advanced cervical cancer.
Rob DillardCervical Cancer | January 25, 2024
LSU LCMC Health Cancer Center has been awarded a $1.5 million grant to help combat barriers to cervical cancer prevention.
Rob DillardCervical Cancer | April 27, 2023
Each year, over 604,000 women worldwide are diagnosed with cervical cancer and approximately 342,000 die from this ...
Rob DillardCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic was a associated with a large, but temporary decline in breast cancer screening, cervical cancer ...
Rob DillardCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
It's no secret that the human papillomavirus (HPV) virus causes cancer - in fact it's linked to more than 90% of ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioCervical Cancer | April 12, 2023
Although screening for cancer is a helpful strategy for early detection, overscreening can also be a problem. Risks ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
Patients with early stage cervical cancer may have a greater survival risk if they undergo open radical hysterectomy ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is typically given in multiple doses to protect females against certain strains ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
A modeling study published in The Lancet found that cervical cancer could be eliminated by 2120 with HPV vaccination ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioCervical Cancer | April 12, 2023
A new study found that many adolescent women continue to undergo pelvic examinations and Papanicolaou (Pap) tests, even ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
A study published in JAMA Oncology assessed the tolerability of sequential immunotherapy following chemoradiotherapy ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 12, 2023
Imprisoned women are at higher risk of cervical cancer and HPV infection than the general population, according to a ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
A British study found that a self-administered home Pap smear test is feasible to screen for cervical cancer rather than ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 25, 2023
Although half of cervical cancers are diagnosed in women older than 49 years, preventive screening measures are lacking ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
Between 2010 and 2013, nearly 100 U.S. women’s health clinics closed due to state restrictions placed on reproductive ...
Kaitlyn D’OnofrioCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
About 92% of cancers caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) could be prevented with the HPV vaccine, according to a ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
French researchers have developed a test capable of predicting the risk of cervical cancer in women with human ...
Kerri FitzgeraldCervical Cancer | April 11, 2023
Psychiatric disorders and stressful life events that occur around a cervical cancer diagnosis are associated with ...
DocWire News EditorsCervical Cancer | April 12, 2023
A study published in The Lancet reports “evidence of the substantial impact” of the HPV vaccine on reducing the ...
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