No woman should die from cervical cancer

Early detection, screening and vaccination can reduce the risk of getting the cancer by 70%. Yet, the disease remains the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. Why?

There isn’t much good news when it comes to cancer. In the case of cervical cancer, however, the prognosis is good, potentially.

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