This study found that many rural-living patients with colorectal or cervical cancer may have to travel significantly greater distances to reach a cancer specialist than urban dwellers.
Studies based on searching Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, six Vaccine Safety Datalink sites.
Screening rates are insufficient to reduce cervical cancer incidence.
Rates for breast, cervical, colorectal cancer screening lower compared with women without diabetes.
Despite widespread use of other forms of radiation therapy, consensus statements from SGO and ABS support the use of brachytherapy in the treatment of primary and recurrent cervical cancer.