A new research analysis suggests the mortality rate of cervical cancer is higher than we thought, especially among African-American women. Miles O’Brien talks with Dr. Jennifer Caudle of the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine about the findings, as well…
By PBS NewsHour
Cancer deaths among women are expected to climb 60 percent globally by 2030, based on estimates released Tuesday.
By Alison Thoet
Cervical cancer is one of the main causes of death for women in Peru, where screening for the disease is sporadic. Now, health workers are considering low-tech and low-cost options that could make a difference in poor rural areas.
By Talea Miller
Women can wait to have their first Pap test for cervical cancer until age 21, and can wait longer between screenings than recommended in the past, according to new guidelines released Friday.
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