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Trends in cervical cancer incidence and mortality in Oklahoma and the United States, 1999-2013.

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Summary of "Trends in cervical cancer incidence and mortality in Oklahoma and the United States, 1999-2013."

The twin prevention strategies of HPV vaccination and cervical cancer screening reduce new cases and averts deaths, yet women still develop or die from cervical cancer. To assess and better understand the burden of cervical cancer in Oklahoma, we analyzed incidence and mortality trends in Oklahoma from 1999 to 2013.

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Name: Cancer epidemiology
ISSN: 1877-783X
Pages: 140-145

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