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[Editorial] Cervical cancer: unequal progress

Cervical cancer—a disease affecting more than half a million women every year—is now largely preventable. And yet despite an effective vaccine being available for more than 13 years, it still caused 270 000 deaths globally in 2015, 90% of which were in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs). By setting out epidemiological patterns, outlining the most effective strategies for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, and discussing ongoing research questions, a Seminar in today’s Lancet by Lynette Denny and colleagues explains why women are still contracting and dying from the disease.

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