Reproductive Health for Women

Cervical Cancer

Women should know how to approach follow-up tests when their Pap smear comes back abnormal.

Eradication of cervical cancer is an achievable goal—if we can get resources to critical sites.

Most cervical cancers can be prevented with help from your doctor and a healthy immune system.

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