Cervical cancer & HIV: a quiet tragedy [infographic]

Cervical cancer & HIV: a quiet tragedy [infographic]

Billions of dollars are spent every year in preventing and treating the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Antiretroviral treatments are prolonging life expectancy for people with HIV and giving new hope for the future. But a quiet tragedy is playing out for thousands of HIV+ women....
5 highlights from IPVC 2018 conference

5 highlights from IPVC 2018 conference

The 32rd  International Papillomavirus Conference in Sydney was a whirlwind of new discoveries in the HPV world with the revelation of new cervical cancer screening AI by the National Cancer Institute and coinciding with the announcement of Australian vaccination...
Why Cervical Cancer isn’t defeated…yet

Why Cervical Cancer isn’t defeated…yet

‘Australia defeats cervical cancer’ was announced on newspaper headlines this week. Around the world, the initial results of the Australian government initiative to introduce HPV vaccination to high school age students suggested that cervical cancer instances may have...
A revolution in cervical cancer screening in Ghana

A revolution in cervical cancer screening in Ghana

Dr Kofi Effah feels understandably proud of his clinic and his staff. He heads the Cervical Cancer Prevention and Training Center of the Catholic Hospital, Battor, which opened to address the dire need for cervical cancer screening in Ghana. In 2012, cervical cancer...

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