Cervical Cancer Ashley Cai & Duyen Bui

Cervical Cancer is the growth of malignant tumor cells in the cervical region of a female reproductive system.
Risk Factors of Cervical Cancer: -HPV Infection -Exposure to Diethylstilbestrol (DES) HPV vaccines are proven to defend against the types of HPV that can cause cancer. Avoiding sexual activity guarantees your risk of not getting HPV.
Factors that Protect against Cervical Cancer are: Avoiding sexual activity and getting an HPV vaccine. If you do decide to engage in sexual activity, the best protection against HPV are condoms or any form of barrier of protection.


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