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Comprehensive cervical cancer control: a guide to essential practice – Second edition
This resource provides guidance for comprehensive cervical cancer control and prevention approach for governments and healthcare providers. It highlights recent developments in technology and strategy for improving women’s access to health services to prevent and control cervical cancer; identifies key opportunities and ages throughout a woman’s life when cervical control and prevention can be put into action; and strategies for integration with existing health care delivery systems, including for family planning, postpartum care and HIV/AIDS.
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Cervical cancer elimination: an information guide
This resource is part of a campaign for World Cancer Day this coming February 4th 2021, which will feature the global commitment to eliminate cervical cancer. It provides a set of key messages to help drive conversations and raise awareness of cervical cancer elimination, including its impact on social injustice, inequities, and economies. For more information on cervical cancer and the global commitment to elimination, visit www.worldcancerday. org/elimination
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IVAC Tool on HPV Vaccine Introduction, Access, and Coverage
The International Vaccine Access Center’s web-based resource visualizes data on HPV vaccine use and impact globally. The tool includes visualizations on introduction status, products used, distribution sites, and target populations.
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Principles of Cancer Screening SELF-PACED MODULE
This self-learning module is targeted at cancer screening programme managers, doctors and gynaecologists, nurses and midwives, social and community workers. At the end of this e-learning module, participants will be able to: (1) discuss the rationale and benefits of cancer screening programmes; (2) list the key components of cancer screening programmes; and (3) describe the potential harms of screening programmes and the ways to minimize them.
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