New data concerning cervical cancer death rates among women in the United States showed that annual deaths caused by the disease have been significantly underrated.
Public Health January 24, 2017
Got your HPV shots? According to new research, women may undergo cervical cancer screening less frequently and at a later date if they have been vaccinated against the virus.
Public Health October 18, 2016
Inclusion of women with hysterectomies in cervical cancer studies has made cancer rates seem lower than they really are, researchers say. It's higher than previously believed, notably in older women and black women.
Life May 13, 2014
Genetic test as stand-alone cervical cancer screening test get FDA approval. Test approved as alternative to the long-standing Pap smear.
Life April 29, 2014
FDA recently approved a DNA-based HPV test for first option in cervical cancer screening. While HPV cannot be treated, early detection of cervix cell changes can save lives.
Life April 28, 2014