Cervical cancer, a deadly yet preventable illness, significantly impacts women worldwide, especially those in low- and middle-income countries. Its primary cause, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection, frequently goes unnoticed until advanced stages. Early detection and screening are, therefore, essential, echoing the increased health inequalities faced by women living with HIV.
The battle against cervical cancer extends beyond medical concerns, demanding attention to social, economic, and gender issues constraining access to preventative care and treatment. HPV vaccination and frequent screening can prevent up to 90% of cases, emphasizing on the importance of HIV prevention and treatment. With firm global commitment and collective action, we can counter this silent predator and work towards making cervical cancer not an ominous certainty, but a preventable condition.
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