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 Breakthrough discovery is a 'major step forward' in understanding cervical cancerBreakthrough discovery is a 'major step forward' in understanding cervical cancer
 
Scientists have discovered that cervical cancer can be divided into two distinct molecular subgroups – one far more aggressive than the other – as part of the largest 'omics' study of its kind, led by researchers at UCL and the University of Southampton.
 
 
 Sexual side effects of cancer treatment discussed less frequently with female patientsSexual side effects of cancer treatment discussed less frequently with female patients
 
A new study finds that sexual side effects of cancer treatment are discussed far less frequently with female patients than with male patients, even when the treatment directly affects sex organs.
 
   Experts emphasize the need to understand the strengths and limitations of ctHPV DNA testingExperts emphasize the need to understand the strengths and limitations of ctHPV DNA testing
 
Oropharynx cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) have risen dramatically over the years, superseding tobacco use and heavy drinking as the primary driver of new cases. Fortunately, HPV-positive oropharynx cancers have an improved survival rate compared to other head and neck cancers, allowing for less intensive treatment options, especially if diagnosed at early stages.
 
 Miami’s Little Haiti joins global effort to end cervical cancer
 
Miami’s Little Haiti joins global effort to end cervical cancerMore than 300,000 women around the world die from cervical cancer each year. In the U.S., women of Haitian descent are diagnosed with it at higher rates than the general population.
 
 
 Regenstrief Institute and Indiana Department of Health partner on an influenza surveillance data pilot study
 
Regenstrief Institute and Indiana Department of Health partner on an influenza surveillance data pilot studyRegenstrief Institute and the Indiana Department of Health are collaborating on an influenza surveillance data pilot study to provide in-depth data and analysis of the spread of Influenza in Indiana, similar to how Regenstrief has provided data on COVID-19.
 
 
 SARS-CoV-2 infection can affect menstruation
 
SARS-CoV-2 infection can affect menstruationResearchers assess the association between SARS-CoV-2 infection and menstrual irregularities.