Learn the signs and symptoms of cervical cancer, along with diagnosis and treatment information and stories of diagnosis and survival.
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What every parent needs to know about this potentially life-saving shot.
The current HPV vaccine, Gardasil9, prevents cervical cancer—but a new vaccine could actually get rid of HPV and precancerous cells in people who are already affected.
High-risk strains of HPV cause 99 percent of all cervical cancer cases and a new study suggests certain types of bacteria may also play a role.
While Pap smears and HPV tests have been fairly effective in detecting cervical cancer, a cervical cancer test based on epigenetics is basically fool-proof — and more affordable.
Mail-in, at-home kits to test for high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) infection do help improve cervical cancer screening, according to this study.
The latest cervical cancer screening guidelines recommend when and how women should get pap tests and tests for HPV.
Sylvia, a cervical cancer survivor, shares the story of her diagnosis, treatment, and why she advocates other women get the HPV vaccine and regular pap tests.
Does birth control use increase your risk of cervical cancer? What about your family history? Test your knowledge here.
If you've been diagnosed with cervical cancer, here's what you should know about the treatments in early and advance stages, from surgery to immunotherapy.