Leonor holds her a bachelor’s degree in Communication and post-graduate degree in Multiplatform Journalism. She covers advocacy and industry news and also researches and writes informational resource pages for the website.
The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Netherlands, has granted Roche a five-year contract to implement the first-line, primary screening test in the national cervical cancer screening program. The ... Read more
The Mary Kay Foundation recently announced $1.3 million in grants to support research willing to fight cancers that affect women, such as breast or cervical cancers. Cancer is currently the second ... Read more
The human papillomavirus (HPV) testing market is growing and will increase at a 16.17% compound annual growth rate until 2019, according to a recent report. The study titled “Global HPV Testing ... Read more
The scientists responsible for the cervical cancer vaccine were recognized with a 2015 European Inventor Award. Professor Ian Frazer from the University of Queensland, in Australia, won the Popular Prize ... Read more
Despite the fact that women are aware of the benefits of undergoing Pap tests, the updated screening guidelines about the proper frequency to have them are unknown to most women. Those are the ... Read more
Despite the fact that the HPV vaccine is freely provided in Canada as part of a school-based program designed for young girls, there is still a low vaccination rate ... Read more
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