Cervical cancer prevention and treatment research in Africa: a systematic review from a public health perspective

@inproceedings{FinoccharioKessler2016CervicalCP,
  title={Cervical cancer prevention and treatment research in Africa: a systematic review from a public health perspective},
  author={Sarah Finocchario-Kessler and Catherine Wexler and May Maloba and Natabhona Marianne Mabachi and Florence M. Ndikum-Moffor and Elizabeth Ann Bukusi},
  booktitle={BMC women's health},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Women living in Africa experience the highest burden of cervical cancer. Research and investment to improve vaccination, screening, and treatment efforts are critically needed. We systematically reviewed and characterized recent research within a broader public health framework to organize and assess the range of cervical cancer research in Africa. METHODS We searched online databases and the Internet for published articles and cervical cancer reports in African countries… CONTINUE READING

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