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WOMEN’S HEALTH: FIGHTING THE GLOBAL CERVICAL CANCER CRISIS
Cervical cancer is a treatable and preventable public health problem among women in the United States and developing countries. This paper discusses the issue of cervical cancer and how it has affected women around the world. The paper contends that information about cervical cancer must be conveyed to women in order to get them to understand the dangers and act upon the importance of cervical cancer screening on an annual basis. Ultimately, the paper explores the possibilities of developing effective education, screening and follow up pro-grams to help combat the crisis in the United States and abroad.
Women; Cervical Cancer; Oncology