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Simple Technique Could Mean End of Cervical Canceri
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Carol Pearson
March 06, 2014 11:51 PM
Most people think of malaria, AIDS and childbirth as leading causes of death for women in sub-Saharan Africa. But there's another killer: Cervical cancer. VOA's Carol Pearson tells us about a simple test and technology that can save the lives of women in developing countries.

Simple Technique Could Mean End of Cervical Cancer

Carol Pearson

Published March 06, 2014

Most people think of malaria, AIDS and childbirth as leading causes of death for women in sub-Saharan Africa. But there's another killer: Cervical cancer. VOA's Carol Pearson tells us about a simple test and technology that can save the lives of women in developing countries.


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