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Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Research in Africa: A Systematic Review from a Public Health Perspective

BMC Women's Health | January, 01 , 2016
Sarah Finocchario-Kessler, Catherine Wexler, May Maloba, Natabhona Mabachi, Florence Ndikum-Moffor, Elizabeth Bukusi | Download (29)
Cervical cancer research in African countries has increased steadily over the past decade, but more is needed. Tertiary prevention (i.e. treatment of disease with effective medicine) and quality of life of cervical cancer survivors are two severely under-researched areas. Similarly, there are several countries in Africa with little to no research ever conducted on cervical cancer.

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