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A second type of cervical cancer screening is the HPV test, which detects the presence of high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV), a virus that can lead to precancerous changes and cervical cancer...
Quality improvement research initiatives for family and community medicine include: Access and triage Cervical cancer screening Enhancing patient involvement Hospital readmissions Inbox usage Pap tests, including red...
Several types of high-risk HPV are responsible for the vast majority of cervical, anal, oropharyngeal (middle throat) and other genital cancers.
This approach may be useful in multiple forms of lung, ovarian, pancreatic and possibly head and neck, cervical, and several other cancers."
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Most women with cervical cancer have not had appropriate screening or follow-up of abnormal results.
Ect2 gene copy number is also increased in bladder, breast, cervical, esophageal, head and neck, kidney, serous ovarian, stomach, and uterine cancers.
Repeated cervical Pap smears have essentially eliminated cervical cancer in the women who are screened.
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