Cervical Cancer and HIV in Women
Cervical cancer kills an estimated 275,000 women every year, the majority of whom live in developing countries. In Zambia, an initiative launched in 2011 is helping women understand that screening and treatment for cervical cancer can save their lives.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, 14 February 2013
Cervical cancer kills an estimated 275,000 women every year, 85 percent of whom are in developing countries. The link between HIV and cervical cancer is direct and deadly; ... read more »
Health-e, 11 February 2013
HIV-positive women are living longer, but are now dying of cervical cancer. In Zimbabwe, cervical cancer is now the most common cancer among women, particularly those living with ... read more »