Women with HIV have three times the risk of cervical cancer, large South African study shows

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A South African study of more than 500,000 women has shown that women with HIV have approximately three times higher incidence of cervical cancer than women without HIV despite very high antiretroviral coverage. As reported in the International Journal of Cancer, women with HIV developed cervical cancer at a younger age than other women.

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