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Earn 6.5 CME credits for learning about cervical cancer prevention, treatment, and health policy implications.
Cervical cancer incidence has been greatly reduced by aggressive cervical screening initiatives, though it can still be a devastating disease. Pap smear testing has been the mainstay of screening programs, but the association between human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer is now established and HPV testing is recommended with cytology for early detection. This learning module updates recent evidence regarding cervical cancer screening, staging, treatment, and health policy aspects of the disease, including the effects of Obamacare on access to screening.
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