Cervical cancer is one of the commonest gynecological cancer affecting women. It is

also one of the commonest cancers of females that can be detected and treated completely

at precancerous stages. Despite of this, so many cervical cancer cases they die every year.

The main purpose of this study is to know recent advances in screening, prevention as well

as management of cervical cancer at an early stage, so as to reduce the burden of deaths

resulting from this disease.

Author: Naina Kumar

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