Claudine Lorente

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1545 Background: There are a high number of risk factors (RF) in cervical neoplasias, most of them related with human papilloma virus infection: women with history of multiple sex partners (MSP), with early onset of sexual intercourse (EOSI),and non-previous cervical Papanicolaou (Pap) smear (NPAP). OBJECTIVE To determine the presence of RF in the studied(More)
1032 Background: CC is the 2nd cause of cancer death in women in Argentine. Early detection following screening programs has demonstrated to reduce mortality in CC. The evaluation of the efficacy and efficiency of CC SP is associated with the proportion of positive cases in the smears and with the relation between pre-invasive lesion (CIN III) and invasive(More)
11000 Background: Cervical cancer is a public health problem in developing countries that can be prevent by screening programs. The loss of patients with PAP smears with IL is one of the main concern in the CCSP. The objectives of this study were establish the frequency of IL in the CCSP of Tucumán and determine the frequency of BX and CP in patients with(More)
e12019 Background: The alarming misinformation among young people in Tucumán on: HPV, its prevention, its association with CC and with other cancers and the increased incidence of CC in young women, led a group of young University Students Volunteers (USV) -Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Medicine and Psychology- to develop tasks for Sex Education in High(More)
e12022 Background: Breast Cancer (BC) in Argentina (A) is the most common cancer among women and the first cause of death by cancer (5,261 deaths in 2008, 6.98% in women under 44 years). Tucumán (T) has a predominantly urban population (79.46%), Census 2010, INDEC. BC mortality is 18.6/ 100,000 women (MSP, 2007) which means about 140 BC deaths /year and(More)
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