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Cervical Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention
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Cervical cancer is a disease that can be caught during regular gynaecological examinations by screening, which is carried out once a year in the gynaecologist's office. When caught early, it is one of the most successfully treatable cancers.
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