Trade-offs in cervical cancer prevention: Balancing benefits and risks

  • Stout N
  • Goldhaber-Fiebert J
  • Ortendahl J
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Abstract

New screening and vaccination technologies will provide women with more options for cervical cancer prevention. Because the risk of cervical cancer diminishes with effective routine screening, women may wish to consider additional attributes, such as the likelihood of false-positive results and diagnostic procedures for mild abnormalities likely to resolve without intervention in their screening choices.

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Authors

  • Natasha K. Stout

  • Jeremy D. Goldhaber-Fiebert

  • Jesse D. Ortendahl

  • Sue J. Goldie

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