Asia oceania guidelines for the implementation of programs for cervical cancer prevention and control.
Hextan YS Ngan, Suzanne M Garland, Neerja Bhatla, Sonia R Pagliusi, Karen KL Chan, Annie NY Cheung, Tang-Yuan Chu, Efren J Domingo, You Lin Qiao, Jong Sup Park, Eng Hseon Tay, Wisit Supakarapongkul
Journal of Cancer Epidemiology | Published : 2011
This paper aims to provide evidence-based recommendations for health professionals, to develop a comprehensive cervical cancer program for a clinic, a community, or a country. Ensuring access to healthcare is the responsibility of all societies, and the Asia Oceania Research Organisation in Genital Infections and Neoplasia (AOGIN) is committed to working collaboratively with governments and health professionals to facilitate prevention programs, to protect girls and women from cervical cancer, a disease that globally affects 500,000 and kills nearly 300,000 women annually, just over half of whom are in the Asia Oceania region. We share the vision that a comprehensive program of vaccination, ..View full abstract