Tag: cervical cancer

A Missed Diagnosis Leads Cervical Cancer Patient...

The first time Maria Cristina Squilloni was diagnosed with cervical cancer was in February 2020.  The then-47-year-old wife and mother,...

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What’s Behind the Increase in Late-Stage Cervical...

A new study has the cancer community concerned, particularly oncologists who specialize in treating gynecologic cancers. The research, published recently...

September 1, 2022

Brachytherapy for Cervical Cancer: Making a Difference...

Women with cervical cancer who receive image-guided brachytherapy as part of their treatment are more likely to be cured and...

January 31, 2022

Knowing Family History Helped Art Fair Executive...

Because there is a history of cancer in her family, April Magen has always been extra vigilant about her health....

January 24, 2022

Annual Screenings, Early Diagnosis Help South Miami...

Jacqueline “Jackie” Modia – wife, mother, bank branch manager and South Miami resident – did everything right when it came...

January 10, 2022

Cancer Expert: ‘No Woman Today Should Be...

The good news? Cervical cancer rates and deaths have steadily declined over the years, thanks to increased awareness of the...

January 3, 2022

Q&A on Cervical Cancer: Experts Offer Latest...

In 1991 — the year the Cold War ended and the World Wide Web launched — cervical cancer was a...

January 29, 2021

Woman Beats Cervical Cancer With Help from...

Radiation oncologists at Miami Cancer Institute are using a therapy first conceived of by the inventor of the telephone to...

January 27, 2021

Roundup: Eliminating Cervical Cancer; Social Media’s Impact...

Cervical Cancer in U.S. Could Be Nearly Eliminated by 2038 or Sooner, Researchers Say It’s well established that cervical cancer...

February 14, 2020

At 32, She Didn’t Know About Cervical...

Stephany Goyla found out she had cervical cancer after her first-ever Pap smear at the age of 32. A self-described...

January 22, 2020

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