Australia Set on Wiping Out Cervical Cancer Within 20 Years

HPV Vaccine It is a cancer that the World Health Organisation says is the fourth most frequent cancer in women, with an estimated 570,000 new cases globally in 2018. However, cervical cancer can be prevented and Australia is leading the way in eradicating this illness.
Oct 18 / 2018

Congolese ObGyn Receives Nobel Peace Prize

Guardian News and Media Limited, 2018
Oct 6 / 2018

Assistant Professor Encourages Clear Communication with Patients

Every woman's experience with pregnancy and childbirth can differ greatly, with a majority able to move on afterwards with relative ease. However, some women can have a traumatic experience that can affect them years after giving birth.
Sep 25 / 2018
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