Wednesday 28 March 2012

American Heart Association-Human Papillomavirus-Cervical Conditions-Medicare Recipients

Black Women, Uninsured Get Worse Ovarian Cancer Care: Study

TUESDAY, March 27 -- Women with ovarian cancer who are black, either uninsured or Medicare recipients, or who have annual incomes of less than $35,000 are more likely to receive poorer-quality care, a new study shows.Researchers found these racial... read more..

HPV Vaccine May Help Women With Cervical Conditions

TUESDAY, March 27 -- A new study finds that women diagnosed with pre-cancerous cervical conditions after they get the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine can still benefit from the shot because it cuts their risk of future HPV-related cervical... read more..

Feature Story: Go Red For Women

This Merck-sponsored campaign, initiated by the American Heart Association, is designed to empower women of all ages to take charge of their heart health. read more..

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