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Implementation of a referral tool designed to enhance family history screening during doctor’s visits may play a crucial role in identifying those at risk for cancer, according to a study presented at the 2019 American Society...

source: Oncology Nursing News

A Texas philanthropist is funding a new $4.6 million campaign to raise HPV vaccination rates in 26 North Texas counties. Dallas philanthropist Lyda Hill is funding a three-year project to educate healthcare providers about the benefits...

source: PrecisionVaccinations

For years, the prevailing wisdom has been that our cells contain genes that are essentially carbon copies of each other. That notion is being dashed by studies painting a different picture — one in which even “normal”...

source: STAT

West Virginia will be part of a new four-state public health initiative to address high rates of cervical cancer incidence and mortality in Appalachia with $11 million in funding from the National Cancer Institute, according to...

source: WV News

A recent study in JAMA Internal Medicine of cancer screening strategies found that cytologic testing every three years in women aged 21 to 29 years, with continued cytologic testing every three years or a switch to low-cost, high-risk...

source: Healio

There’s no doubt that there’s been a number of important strides made in encouraging people to attend cervical cancer screenings in recent years. Initiatives such as the HPV self-testing pilot, the...

source: Bustle


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