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INVASIVE CERVICAL CANCER AMONG HIGH-RISK WOMEN: SPATIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY, SCREENING AND ORAL INFECTION
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-08-22)
Background: In spite of the general decline in cervical cancer incidence and the highly preventable nature of this cancer, new cases and deaths are recorded annually in Maryland and in other parts of the United States. ...
PRECISION CANCER SCREENING IN HIGH-RISK POPULATIONS: APPLICATIONS IN CERVICAL, ANAL, AND LUNG CANCERS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-04-16)
Cancer screening can prevent mortality and morbidity from cancer, but it also causes harms. Recently, precision (i.e. risk-based, personalized) screening approaches have emerged as a way to better balance these benefits ...
A TEST OF AN INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE PAP TESTING IN A GROUP OF WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-07-02)
Background: Cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer among women worldwide. Women with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) bear a disproportionate burden of cervical cancer and its precursor, cervical ...