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Reproductive Health for Women

Cervical Cancer

Regular Pap smears have diminished cervical cancer’s deadliness but vigilance is still required.

Reviewed by Trilochan Hiremath, M.D. | Diagnostic Radiology

My doctor recommended a hysterectomy for cervical cancer. I refused because I want children.

Don’t let myths about cervical cancer keep you from the routine screenings needed to detect it.

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

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