Uterine Cervical Cancer

Uterine Cervical Cancer
Could the HPV Test Replace the Pap Test?
The End of the Pap Test? FDA to Decide WebMD Health News By Rita Rubin Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD More from WebMD Cervical Cancer: Uninsured Are Diagnosed Later Pap...
Pap Tests Often Given When Not Needed
Pap Tests Often Given When Not Needed WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More from WebMD Cervical Cancer: Uninsured Are Diagnosed Later Could...
Cervical Cancer: Uninsured Are Diagnosed Later
Cervical Cancer: Uninsured Are Diagnosed Later Lack of Insurance Linked to Late-Stage Diagnosis WebMD Health News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Could the HPV...
HPV Test Beats Pap Test for Cervical Cancer Screening
HPV Test Beats Pap Test for Cervical Cancer Screening In Women Over 30, HPV Testing Finds More Precancers, Study Shows WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Laura...
Study: HPV Tests Better at Predicting Cervical Cancer Than Pap Tests
Study: HPV Tests Better at Predicting Cervical Cancer Than Pap Tests No Significant Gain From Combining the Tests, Study Shows WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Laura...
Many Doctors Ignore Guidelines, Order Annual Pap Test
Many Doctors Ignore Guidelines, Order Annual Pap Test Survey Suggests Doctors May Be Overscreening for Cervical Cancer WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More...
Study: HPV and Pap Tests OK Every 3 Years
Study: HPV and Pap Tests OK Every 3 Years Researchers Say 3-Year Intervals Are Safe for Cervical Cancer Screening Tests WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura J....
Doctor's Group: Delay Pap Tests Until 21
Doctor's Group: Delay Pap Tests Until 21 Changes Recommended in Schedule of Cervical Cancer Screening WebMD Health News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Cervical...
2 Promising Drugs for Cervical Cancer
Promising Drugs for Cervical Cancer Evista, Faslodex Effective in Animal Studies, Researchers Say WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Cervical Cancer: Uninsured...
HPV Vaccine Not as Painful as Some Think
HPV Vaccine Not as Painful as Some Think Survey Counters Anecdotal Reports That HPV Vaccines Are More Painful Than Other Shots WebMD Health News By Bill Hendrick Reviewed by Louise...
Gardasil Safety: Questions and Answers
Gardasil Safety: Questions and Answers Experts Weigh In on Safety Concerns About HPV Vaccine Gardasil WebMD Health News By Miranda Hitti Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Cervical...
Study: HPV Tests Better at Predicting Cervical Cancer Than Pap Tests
Study: HPV Tests Better at Predicting Cervical Cancer Than Pap Tests No Significant Gain From Combining the Tests, Study Shows WebMD Medical News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Laura...
Many Doctors Ignore Guidelines, Order Annual Pap Test
Many doctors still recommend yearly Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer even though the guidelines suggest that some women can wait three years between negative tests, a survey shows.
Study: HPV and Pap Tests OK Every 3 Years
Most women aged 30 and older with normal Pap and human paillomavirus (HPV) test results can safely wait three years until their next set of cervical cancer screening tests, according to a new study.
New Cervical Cancer Guidelines: Less Screening
Combining a Pap test with a human papillomavirus (HPV) test can safely extend the interval between cervical cancer screenings from three years to five years in many women between the ages of 30-65, according to new recommendations.
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