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Papilloma viruses capable of spreading via blood

Papilloma viruses capable of spreading via blood

Study shows how cervicovaginal microbiome can elicit resistance to chlamydia

Study shows how cervicovaginal microbiome can elicit resistance to chlamydia

New test may improve the ability to diagnose riskiest forms of HPV infection

New test may improve the ability to diagnose riskiest forms of HPV infection

Developing safe imaging tools to better identify the risk of preterm birth

Developing safe imaging tools to better identify the risk of preterm birth

Blocking key mineral uptake could prevent gonorrhea infection

Blocking key mineral uptake could prevent gonorrhea infection

New device could help decrease the global burden of unwanted pregnancy

New device could help decrease the global burden of unwanted pregnancy

British boys to receive HPV jabs

British boys to receive HPV jabs

Use of molecular biomarkers shows promise in early detection of endometrial cancer

Use of molecular biomarkers shows promise in early detection of endometrial cancer

Health care professionals are unclear about cervical screening and HPV, study finds

Health care professionals are unclear about cervical screening and HPV, study finds

UNC and partners receive NIH funding to identify chlamydia vaccine

UNC and partners receive NIH funding to identify chlamydia vaccine

ComPARe project provides comprehensive estimate of preventable cancer burden in Canada

ComPARe project provides comprehensive estimate of preventable cancer burden in Canada

Urine testing just as good as smear test in preventing cervical cancer

Urine testing just as good as smear test in preventing cervical cancer

New immune-based therapy eliminates HPV in one-third of women with cervical precancerous lesions

New immune-based therapy eliminates HPV in one-third of women with cervical precancerous lesions

Study: Maternal deaths from cesarean sections far higher in low and middle-income countries

Study: Maternal deaths from cesarean sections far higher in low and middle-income countries

Cervix bacteria, immune factors could be a warning signal of premature birth, reports new research

Cervix bacteria, immune factors could be a warning signal of premature birth, reports new research

Bacteria and innate immune factors in birth canal, cervix may be key to predicting preterm births

Bacteria and innate immune factors in birth canal, cervix may be key to predicting preterm births

Certain bacteria and immune factors in vagina may cause or protect against preterm birth

Certain bacteria and immune factors in vagina may cause or protect against preterm birth

NSF offers grant to improve treatment approaches for pelvic organ prolapse

NSF offers grant to improve treatment approaches for pelvic organ prolapse

Study describes epigenetic loss that changes how cells obtain energy from cancer

Study describes epigenetic loss that changes how cells obtain energy from cancer

Researchers to examine how sexual trauma increases HIV risk in women

Researchers to examine how sexual trauma increases HIV risk in women