Dr. Cardenas-Trowers explains the barriers women of color must overcome to ensure they receive screening for cervical cancer.
Dr. Tri Dinh explains why both the HPV test and the Pap test are important screening tools for cervical cancer.
Dr. Aakriti Carrubba explains how to help teens maintain gynecological health, including the HPV vaccine and cervical cancer screening.
Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers explains the importance of screening and other measures to prevent cervical cancer.
Advice from Mayo Clinic experts on how anyone with a cervix can reduce their risk of developing cervical cancer.
Learn about cancers of the female reproductive system and how to catch gynecologic cancers early when they are most treatable.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends some adults ages 27 to 45 talk with their health care provider about the HPV vaccine.
Learn what you can do to fight cancer disparities and reduce your risk of developing cervical cancer.
Roughly 7.5 per 100,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year. Read what gynecologic oncologist Dr. Kristina Butler has to say about cervical cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
The percentage of women who are screened for cervical cancer may actually be far lower than national statistics suggest they are, according to a Mayo ...