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Cervical Cancer Issue Briefs

These issue briefs provide succinct analyses of the latest evidence and experience in cervical cancer prevention for developing countries.

The Cost of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Low- and Lower-Middle-Income Countries

Summarizes results of computer modeling used by the Center for Decision Science, Harvard School of Public Health to estimate the cost and health impact of cervical cancer prevention in low- and lower-middle-income countries, including both HPV vaccination and screening and preventive treatment.

Coalition Building: A Cornerstone of National Advocacy, Policymaking and Effective Cervical Cancer Prevention Programs

Implementing New WHO Cervical Cancer Program Guidance in Your Country

Provides an overview of the World Health Organization's updated publication "Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Control: A Guide to Essential Practice."

HPV Vaccination in Populations with High HIV Prevalence

HPV Vaccine Safety

Provides important evidence on the safety of HPV vaccines. The brief includes useful updates on vaccine safety reporting systems, safety of HPV vaccines, and the use of HPV vaccines in special populations.

New Options for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings

Examines screening in the era of HPV vaccination and provides the latest evidence on screening and treatment modalities for developing countries.

Strategies for HPV Vaccination in the Developing World

Presents recent experience and strategies for reaching girls with HPV vaccine, including recommendations about target populations and communication/education strategies.