British Professor Advocates Less Pathology Testing for Cervical Cancer

Professor Peter Sasieni says women vaccinated for HPV may only need two cervical cancer screening tests during their lifetime Here’s a spicy new subject for debate among pathologists and women’s health specialists. Would it be safe for a woman who has been vaccinated for HPV (human papillomavirus) to get just two cervical cancer screening tests in her lifetime—one at age 30 and the other at age 45? A prominent professor in the United Kingdom recently advocated just such a medical laboratory...

Whatever Happened to the Cervical Cancer Vaccine?

Because of HPV’s link to cervical cancer, and because cervical cancer screening is a major activity in the laboratory industry, big pharma efforts to make money from HPV-related products are worth watching. That’s because big pharma has the resources to powerfully influence public opinion and legislative action. Here in Texas, home to Dark Daily and The Dark Report, it was big news last month when our Republican Governor, Rick Perry, bypassed the state Legislature and signed an...
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