Cervical Cancer Detection

Cervical cancer is a cancer that starts in cells that line the cervix.This year, it is estimated that there will be around 12,820 new cases of invasive Cervical Cancer Detection diagnosed in the U.S., as well as approximately 4,210 deaths from the disease.According to the American Cancer Society, deaths from cervical cancer have reduced by more than 50 percent over the past 40 years, which is largely due to an increase in Cervical Cancer Detection screening.

The new study, however, suggests that in the U.S., women’s risk of dying from cervical cancer may be significantly higher than previously estimated, particularly for black women.In a proof-of-concept study, described online in Cancer Prevention Research, the investigators say their genetic markers test showed a “sensitivity” or accuracy rate of 90.9 percent in identifying so-called CIN2 lesions — Cervical Cancer Detection lesions with abnormal cells likely to not only develop into cancer, but also to develop into cancers likely to spread.

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