African cervical cancer prevention and control plans: A scoping review

  title={African cervical cancer prevention and control plans: A scoping review},
  author={Tapati Dutta and Beth E. Meyerson and Jon D. Agley},
  journal={Journal of Cancer Policy},
Cervical cancer prevention in Africa: A policy analysis
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