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Cervical Cancer More Aggressive When HPV Is Not Detected

News   Apr 17, 2019 | Original story by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health

 
Cervical Cancer More Aggressive When HPV Is Not Detected

Cytological specimen showing cervical cancer specifically squamous cell carcinoma in the cervix. Tissue is stained with pap stain and magnified x200. Image credit: National Cancer Institute

 
 
 

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