Current research into cervical cancer

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HPV infection is linked to most cases of cervical cancer. Vaccination against the virus and cervical screening (to spot abnormal cell before they can develop into cancer) are effective ways of preventing the disease, but not everyone takes up the invitations. Our researchers are looking into ways to improve uptake of these programmes so more women can take part if they want to, to prevent more cervical cancer cases. They are also finding more effective treatments for women who are diagnosed with the disease.

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