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|Title:||Where we have travelled in cervical cancer protection|
|Citation:||Cancer Forum, 2008; 32(2):105-107|
|Publisher:||Cancer Council Australia|
|Abstract:||Cervical cancer was described in the time of Hippocrates, and it was commented that it had a grim prognosis. Over the centuries, various theories regarding aetiology and also treatments were proposed – in vain in the majority of cases. More and more aggressive treatments were advocated to treat those unfortunate women who were diagnosed with cervical cancer. It is only now, in the 21st century that a pre-malignant phase has been identified and means for investigation have been perfected.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 5|
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