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Integrated Disease Management - Cancer - Factsheets

  • WHO/UICC. Global Action Against Cancer, 2005

    WHO/UICC. Global Action Against Cancer, 2005 Our knowledge about the prevention and treatment of cancer is increasing, yet the number of new cases grows every year. If the trend continues, 16 million people will discover they have cancer in 2020, two-thirds of them in newly-industrialized and developing countries.

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Cervical Cancer

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  • PAHO. Cervical Cancer in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2001

    PAHO. Cervical Cancer in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2001It has been estimated that 470,606 incident cases and 233,372 deaths due to malignant neoplasm of the cervix uteri will have occurred among women globally in the year 2000 (Globocan 2000, IARC). Over 80% of this estimated burden will have occurred in less developed countries, where cervical cancer is the leading cause of malignancy among women. Further, during the year 2000

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  • PAHO. Progress in Cervical Cancer Prevention: The CCA Report Card, 2011

    PAHO. Progress in Cervical Cancer Prevention: The CCA Report Card, 2011Based on the laboratory work of Professor zur Hausen and his colleagues and critical Epidemiological studies of Dr. Nubia Muñoz and her colleagues, research over the past decades has shown infection with certain cancer-causing types of human papillomavirus (HPV) to be the necessary, but not sufficient, cause of cervical cancer.

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