Cervical cancer, which is caused by certain strains of the human papillomavirus HPV , presents a significant public health threat to women on the African continent — all but one of the top 20 countries worldwide with the highest burden of cervical cancer in were in Africa. Cervical cancer progresses slowly from the precancer stage to invasive cancer and it is entirely curable if diagnosed and treated early. The situation is further complicated by the fact that this cancer is also one of the most common in women living with HIV, with patterns of cervical cancer and HIV typifying the experience of young women in Africa who face multiple barriers to good health. Everyone who is sexually active will become infected with HPV at some point in their lives.
Cervical screening: research advisory committee
Preventing Cervical Cancer with HPV Vaccines - National Cancer Institute
Journal of Cervical Cancer Research is an open access, peer reviewed journal aims to publish novel research covering various aspects including but not limited to symptoms, causes, diagnosis, staging, treatment, etc. Cervical Cancer has now become highly preventable due to advancements in the screening tests and the vaccines to prevent human papillomavirus HPV infections are available and the awareness programmes have helped to reach out the proper choice among public. This journal is thus focused to bring new advancements in the field focusing upon the early diagnosis and variations in the treatment mode for the betterment of female living. The journal invites a variety of manuscript types such as original, reviews, cases, clinical images, opinions, etc. All the contents in the journal are open and freely accessibly without any restrictions under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. Senior Scientist Dr. Submit your manuscript to this journal through online or email us at editorialoffice scholars.
Key Statistics for Cervical Cancer
Widespread HPV vaccine use dramatically reduces the number of women who will develop cervical cancer, according to a study of nearly 1. Updated cervical cancer screening guidelines from the American Cancer Society recommend HPV testing as the preferred approach. Nicolas Wentzensen explains the changes and how they compare with other cervical cancer screening recommendations.
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