Despite Updated Guidelines, Tests Continue and Costs Mount
cervical cancer screening
Cervical cancer prevention: Review of the past, present, and future
No longer should anyone living in the United States die from cervical cancer because this cancer is preventable.
Cervical cancer today: Survey of screening behaviors and attitudes
Cervical cancer remains a serious threat to women’s health even as advances in screening technology result in earlier detection and…
Most Older Women Not Adequately Screened for Cervical Cancer, Study Finds
Most women over 55 are not getting adequately screened for cervical cancer, researchers who analyzed a half million insurance claims determined.
Position Statement: Cervical Cancer Screening
Identifying populations within one’s own community that are facing barriers to cervical cancer screening and follow-up is essential as a first step.
Project C.U.R.E’s cervical cancer screening and treatment program
Women’s health nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, and other specialists may partner with Project C.U.R.E on short-term medical mission trips to fight against disparities.