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More Cases of Cervical Cancer Linked to HPV Than Previously Thought

A new study reaffirms a strong link between this gynecological cancer and human papillomavirus.
A woman with her hands over her cervix is next to a newspaper clipping about cervical cancer over a set of blue yarn balls.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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