Optical technologies and molecular imaging for cervical neoplasia: a program project update.

@article{Buys2012OpticalTA,
  title={Optical technologies and molecular imaging for cervical neoplasia: a program project update.},
  author={Timon P H Buys and Scott B. Cantor and Martial Guillaud and Karen Adler-Storthz and Dennis D. Cox and Clement Abu Okolo and Oyedunni Arulogon and Oladimeji O Oladepo and Karen M. Basen-Engquist and Eileen H. Shinn and Jose-Miguel Yamal and John Robert Beck and Michael Scheurer and Dirk J T Van Niekerk and Anais Malpica and Jasenka M Matisic and Gregg Staerkel and E. Neely Atkinson and Luc Bidaut and Pierre Lane and Janine L Benedet and Dianne Miller and Thomas Ehlen and Roderick L Price and Isaac Folorunso Adewole and Calum MacAulay and Michele Follen},
  journal={Gender medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={9 1 Suppl},
  pages={
          S7-24
        }
}
There is an urgent global need for effective and affordable approaches to cervical cancer screening and diagnosis. In developing nations, cervical malignancies remain the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women. This reality may be difficult to accept given that these deaths are largely preventable; where cervical screening programs have been implemented, cervical cancer-related deaths have decreased dramatically. In developed countries, the challenges of cervical disease stem from high… CONTINUE READING
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