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    • An insight into cervical cancer screening and treatment capacity in Sub Saharan Africa. 

      Coleman, JS; Cespedes, MS; Cu-Uvin, S; Maloba, M; Anderson, J; Wilkin, T; Jaquet, A; Bohlius, J; [et al.] (University of Nairobi, 2015)
      OBJECTIVE: Approximately 85% of cervical cancer cases and deaths occur in resource-constrained countries where best practices for prevention, particularly for women with HIV infection, still need to be developed. The ...