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Susan Joey Vadaparampil

A Shot Against Cancer

Without consistent messaging, Florida HPV vaccination rates trail the nation. Read More


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What Do I Need to Know About HPV?

HPV is responsible for multiple types of cancers, such as cervical, anal, vaginal and head and neck cancers. Read More


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You Have an Abnormal Pap Smear—Now What?

Five questions to ask your doctor. Read More




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Studies Show More Cancer Recurrences with Minimally Invasive Hysterectomies

Data presented at the Society of Gynecologic Oncology meeting shows that while MIS - which includes robotic surgeries - has been gaining momentum, an open radical hysterectomy may be a better choice. Read More


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New Florida Bill Would Mandate HPV Vaccine for Public School Students

A bill has been introduced in the Florida Legislature that would require public school students to be vaccinated for human papillomavirus, or HPV. Read More


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Cervical Cancer Q&A with Dr. Chon

Dr. Hye Sook Chon, a gynecologic oncologist at Moffitt Cancer Center, answers frequently asked questions about cervical cancer. Read More


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Does Cervical Dysplasia Lead to Cancer?

While cervical dysplasia should always be evaluated and treated if necessary, it’s important to understand that in most cases it does not lead to cervical cancer. Read More


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Five Warning Signs of Cervical Cancer

There are five important warning signs of cervical cancer that very few women recognize as possible cancer symptoms. Learn more about what those are. Read More


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Infographic: What You Need To Know About Cervical Cancer

During National Cervical Health Awareness Month, learn about the risks of cervical cancer and how to prevent and detect it early. Read More


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January Is National Cervical Health Awareness Month

Observed in January of each year, National Cervical Health Awareness Month (formerly known as National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month) has a newly broadened scope. Read More


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Cancer Screenings: Important Tips for Hispanics

In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, Moffitt Cancer Center offers some important cancer-screening tips for Hispanics. Read More


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September Is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month

Each year, more than 98,000 women in the United States alone – that’s approximately 1 in 25 – are diagnosed with some form of gynecologic cancer. Read More


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