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Dr Ishu Kataria and her team are working out how to get the HPV vaccine to more than 70 million girls and help India 'eliminate' cervical cancer. Dr Ishu Kataria and her team are working out how to get the HPV vaccine to more than 70 million girls and help India 'eliminate' cervical cancer.

by Cancer Research UK | Podcast | 9 December 2021

9 December 2021

This entry is part 4 of 15 in the series That Cancer Conversation
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LGBTQIA+ communities experience inequalities throughout their cancer journey, including in screening and diagnosis, clinical care, communication and overall experience. Find out about the barriers the community faces and the commitments required to improve cancer care for LGBTQIA+ people. LGBTQIA+ communities experience inequalities throughout their cancer journey, including in screening and diagnosis, clinical care, communication and overall experience. Find out about the barriers the community faces and the commitments required to improve cancer care for LGBTQIA+ people.

by Harry Jenkins | Analysis | 26 July 2021

26 July 2021

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A Cardiff University-led UK-wide survey has found that more than 1 in 5 people are less likely to take part in cancer screening than before the pandemic. A Cardiff University-led UK-wide survey has found that more than 1 in 5 people are less likely to take part in cancer screening than before the pandemic.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 16 July 2021

16 July 2021

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We want to have a conversation about human papillomavirus (HPV), starting with 6 questions about HPV people frequently ask our Cancer Research UK nurses. We want to have a conversation about human papillomavirus (HPV), starting with 6 questions about HPV people frequently ask our Cancer Research UK nurses.

by Karis Betts | Analysis | 16 June 2021

16 June 2021

Testing women for HPV first to detect abnormal cells in the cervix, could prevent around 600 cases of cervical cancer a year in England. Testing women for HPV first to detect abnormal cells in the cervix, could prevent around 600 cases of cervical cancer a year in England.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 14 June 2013

14 June 2013

THE rate of new cervical cancers diagnosed in the UK increased by 15 per cent in a year, according to figures from Cancer Research UK today. THE rate of new cervical cancers diagnosed in the UK increased by 15 per cent in a year, according to figures from Cancer Research UK today.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 1 June 2012

1 June 2012

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Testing for the human papillomavirus (HPV) as part of cervical screening reduces the number of women unnecessarily going on for further tests by over a third, new research shows today. Testing for the human papillomavirus (HPV) as part of cervical screening reduces the number of women unnecessarily going on for further tests by over a third, new research shows today.

by British Journal of Cancer | News | 28 September 2011

28 September 2011

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Doing the human papillomavirus (HPV) test twice with a short interval between tests would reduce the number of women having unnecessary treatment, new research shows. Doing the human papillomavirus (HPV) test twice with a short interval between tests would reduce the number of women having unnecessary treatment, new research shows.

by British Journal of Cancer | News | 24 August 2011

24 August 2011

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Women who have had the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine could need only two HPV screening tests for the rest of their lives according to new calculations being presented at the NCRI Cancer Conference in Liverpool. Women who have had the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine could need only two HPV screening tests for the rest of their lives according to new calculations being presented at the NCRI Cancer Conference in Liverpool.

by The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) | News | 10 November 2010

10 November 2010

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Giving women who smoke advice on quitting when they go for cervical smear tests could be an effective way of saving even more lives - according to new research published today in the British Journal of Cancer. If introduced, the measure could benefit hundreds of thousands of women every year. Giving women who smoke advice on quitting when they go for cervical smear tests could be an effective way of saving even more lives - according to new research published today in the British Journal of Cancer. If introduced, the measure could benefit hundreds of thousands of women every year.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 3 April 2007

3 April 2007