BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS TO CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES by UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

@inproceedings{Allen2012BARRIERSAF,
  title={BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS TO CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES by UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH},
  author={Kelsey R. Allen and Mark Friedman},
  year={2012}
}
Background: Every year, approximately 250,000 women die of cervical cancer, a preventable disease. Nearly 90% of those deaths occur in developing countries. Incidence and mortality rates of cervical cancer in developed countries have decreased approximately 80% since the Pap smear was incorporated into the public health system and regular screening was… CONTINUE READING