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Amanda P. Williams, MD, MPH Aug 2
If you don’t know the name or the story, consider reading the book, esp if you are confused why black people are distrustful of medical institutions. Colleagues, we have work to do 💪🏽
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DoriaYoga 12h
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Jhpiego Aug 1
in are leading the way to eliminate . Through DNA self-collection — a strategy that puts lifesaving screening into women's own hands!
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AMA Aug 1
Important reminder (UK specific) that even if you have had the HPV vaccination, you MUST still attend cervical screening. Also, the system only automatically recalls ciswomen *explained in print screen. Helpful link:
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UKCervicalCancer 21h
Worried about having a Smear Test? Listen to Cara`s experience
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ANZGOG Jul 29
Dr , Chair of ANZGOG's Cervical Tumour Type Working Group, discusses the group's purpose, what they're currently working on, and what members can expect in the near future 💬
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Stefanie Corradini 10h
The good thing about being in charge of MR-guided RT and Brachytherapy is that you can combine both! 🔗 🧲MR-imaging for on the ! 🙌🏻
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FlatBio Aug 1
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imasurvivor Jul 31
Yes...you to can drink 70-90 oz of 'Green Smothie' to live your best life..😇😇 *plz share cause**link in bio*
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Minority Health 6h
Racial and ethnic disparities may prevent many women of color from Pap and testing. Read in how knowledge and sociodemographic factors can affect screening uptake.
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UKCervicalCancer 13h
Screening & Testing The current guidelines recommend that every woman from the ages of 2️⃣5️⃣-6️⃣4️⃣ who has ever had sex should have a Pap test every 3️⃣-5️⃣ years dependent on age, whether or not they are still sexually active.
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Victoria Brownworth #SaveTheUSPostOffice Jul 31
This is a *really* important story. is caused by the virus. As more people get vaccinated for HPV, there will be less likelihood of getting this cancer. So please--vaccinate your kids for HPV. We could end this cancer. Please get tested to stay safe.
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DoriaYoga Jul 31
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Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation 11h
Schedule that preventative screening if you can
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TogetHER 15h
Start your week by checking out a great new resource - 's extremely informative Cancer Country Profiles, which include copuntry progress on vaccine coverage and other WHO elimination targets
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UKCervicalCancer Aug 1
While the overall statistic for women skipping their cervical screening is 1 in 4, 2 in 3 25-29-year-old women skip their cervical screenings Let’s get that key age group of women booked in for their & most importantly, let’s make sure they attend it
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Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust 13h
, a condition which can develop after treatment, can be worse in hot weather. But there are things you can do to manage effects. Our volunteer Nicola gave us tips on dealing with lymphoedema, with specific tips for summer:
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Global Cancer Observatory (GCO) 18h
180. More than 8,600 people were diagnosed with cancer in Niger🇳🇪 in 2018. The most common cancers were breast, liver, colorectal and cervical cancers.
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CUGH 13h
This Wednesday at 11:00 AM (ET), CUGH & will host session 2 of our cervical cancer series focused on scientific advances, tools, & approaches to address control at the country-level. CME credits are available!
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5MinuteConsult 16h
Updated cervical cancer screening guidelines.
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