How we can compare road testing and lab tests for vehicle emissions or calculate if a biofuel is 'greener' than petrol?
Cervical cancer ranks 11th among the most frequently occurring cancers in women and 12th among the most frequent causes of cancer death in them.
It is estimated that, in EU-27 countries in 2020, cervical cancer accounted for 2.5% of all new cancer cases (excluding non-melanomxa skin cancers) diagnosed in women and for 2.4% of all deaths of women due to cancer.
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