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Cancer is a disease in which cells in the body grow out of control. Cancer is always named for the part of the body where it starts, even if it spreads to other body parts later. When cancer starts in the cervix, it is called cervical cancer. The cervix is the lower, narrow end of the uterus. Also known as the womb, the uterus is where a baby grows when a woman is pregnant. The cervix connects the upper part of the uterus to the vagina (birth canal).

Cervical cancer is highly preventable in most Western countries because screening tests and a vaccine to prevent HPV infections are available. When cervical cancer is found early, it is highly treatable and associated with long survival and good quality of life.
New genetic variants could raise a woman's risk of cervical cancer from HPV infections

New genetic variants could raise a woman's risk of cervical cancer from HPV infections

Study explores factors contributing to rural-urban difference in cervical cancer screening

Study explores factors contributing to rural-urban difference in cervical cancer screening

Major global commitments announced to eradicate cervical cancer

Major global commitments announced to eradicate cervical cancer

Understanding the rural-urban gap in cervical cancer screening rates

Understanding the rural-urban gap in cervical cancer screening rates

Study reveals e-cigarette users with limited smoking history show similar DNA alterations as smokers

Study reveals e-cigarette users with limited smoking history show similar DNA alterations as smokers

Enhanced screening could significantly decrease cervical cancer cases and deaths

Enhanced screening could significantly decrease cervical cancer cases and deaths

Study reveals decline in cancer mortality among middle-aged people in the UK

Study reveals decline in cancer mortality among middle-aged people in the UK

Metabolic syndrome increases mortality risk in women with high-risk HPV

Metabolic syndrome increases mortality risk in women with high-risk HPV

Empowering Change: How Hologic is Shaping the Future of Women's Healthcare

Empowering Change: How Hologic is Shaping the Future of Women's Healthcare

Scientists develop robust iPSC-derived rejuvenated T lymphocytes for cervical cancer treatment

Scientists develop robust iPSC-derived rejuvenated T lymphocytes for cervical cancer treatment

Disrupting the Flow: Dr. Naseri's Revolutionary Approach to Empowering Women's Health

Disrupting the Flow: Dr. Naseri's Revolutionary Approach to Empowering Women's Health

Lawsuits claim South Carolina kids underwent unnecessary genital exams during abuse investigations

Lawsuits claim South Carolina kids underwent unnecessary genital exams during abuse investigations

CPRIT awards MD Anderson 16 grants to support cancer research and prevention

CPRIT awards MD Anderson 16 grants to support cancer research and prevention

New cervical cancer detection method promises to reduce unnecessary screenings

New cervical cancer detection method promises to reduce unnecessary screenings

HPV infection quadruples risk of death from heart disease in women

HPV infection quadruples risk of death from heart disease in women

Cancer risk factors and barriers to cancer prevention services among people experiencing homelessness

Cancer risk factors and barriers to cancer prevention services among people experiencing homelessness

Study reveals a stark rise in cervical cancer rates among women in low-income areas of the U.S.

Study reveals a stark rise in cervical cancer rates among women in low-income areas of the U.S.

The colonoscopies were free. But the ‘surgical trays’ came with $600 price tags.

The colonoscopies were free. But the ‘surgical trays’ came with $600 price tags.

Researchers secure $1.5 million grant to eliminate barriers from cervical cancer prevention

Researchers secure $1.5 million grant to eliminate barriers from cervical cancer prevention

Machine learning algorithm decodes mutations driving cancer treatment resistance

Machine learning algorithm decodes mutations driving cancer treatment resistance

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