HPV testing in preventing cervical cancer

05:42 EDT 30 Sep 2013 | British Medical Journal

What do clinicians need to know about the developing role of HPV in cervical cancer prevention? BMJ clinical reviews editor Sophie Cook speaks to Henry Kitchener, professor of gynaecological oncology, and Emma Crosbie, senior lecturer and honorary consultant in gynaecological oncology, both at the University of Manchester. Read the full clinical...

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