Cervical Cancer and HIV in Women

From Commission on Smart Global Health Policy Sun Feb 10 2013, 11:43:28

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. To understand the opportunities and challenges of integrating cervical cancer screening and treatment into HIV services for women, CSIS traveled to Zambia, which has been at the forefront of integrating these services.

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