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Uterine cancer incidence and mortality rates have been rising in the U.S. — especially among black women — indicating a need for renewed prevention and early detection efforts, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The...

source: MedPage Today

CURE Media Group’s flagship product, CURE® magazine — which reaches over a million patients, survivors and caregivers and is dedicated to providing cancer updates — will honor three individuals who have made a difference...

source: CURE Media Group via Business Wire

Having an annual physical exam and being screened for breast or cervical cancer gives women a chance to uncover potential health problems, but despite the availability of government-funded checkups, many low-income and...

source: Rutgers-Camden NewsNow

The Guardian Cervical cancer could be effectively eliminated in most...

source: The Guardian

The number of women who die each year in the U.S. from cervical cancer has dropped about 75 percent over the past 50 years, thanks to regular screenings and vaccination programs. Elsewhere in the world, cervical cancer remains a leading cause of cancer deaths among women....

source: Albuquerque Journal

Ovarian Cancer News Today Precigen is preparing...

source: Ovarian Cancer News Today


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