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Cervical cancer prevention: safety, acceptability, and feasibility of a single-visit approach in Accra, Ghana.

American journal of obstetrics and gynecology , Volume 196 , Issue 4 (2007)
Paul D Blumenthal , Lynne Gaffikin , Sylvia Deganus , Robbyn Lewis , Mark Emerson , Sydney Adadevoh , Ghana Cervicare Group
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Acceptability of cervical cancer screening via visual inspection with acetic acid or Lugol's iodine at Mulago Hospital, Uganda.

International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics , Volume 119 , Issue 3 (2012)
Priscilla Busingye , Annettee Nakimuli , Evelyn Nabunya , Twaha Mutyaba
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Cervical cancer prevention in reproductive health services: knowledge, attitudes and practices of midwives in Côte d'Ivoire, West Africa.

BMC health services research , Volume 14 (2014)
Boris K Tchounga , Antoine Jaquet , Patrick A Coffie , Apollinaire Horo , Catherine Sauvaget , Innocent Adoubi , Privat Guie , François Dabis , Annie J Sasco , Didier K Ekouevi
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'Worse than HIV' or 'not as serious as other diseases'? Conceptualization of cervical cancer among newly screened women in Zambia.

Social science & medicine (1982) , Volume 74 , Issue 10 (2012)
Heather L White , Chishimba Mulambia , Moses Sinkala , Mulindi H Mwanahamuntu , Groesbeck P Parham , Linda Moneyham , Diane M Grimley , Eric Chamot
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Cervical cancer in developing countries: effective screening and preventive strategies with an application in Rwanda.

Health care for women international , Volume 35 , Issue 7-9 (2014)
Immaculee Mukakalisa , Ruth Bindler , Carol Allen , Joann Dotson
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Predictors of default from follow-up care in a cervical cancer screening program using direct visual inspection in south-western Nigeria.

BMC health services research , Volume 14 (2014)
Oliver Chukwujekwu Ezechi , Karen Odberg Petterson , Titilola A Gbajabiamila , Ifeoma Eugenia Idigbe , Olutunmike Kuyoro , Innocent Achaya Otobo Ujah , Per Olof Ostergren
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Evaluation of a single-visit approach to cervical cancer screening and treatment in Guyana: Feasibility, effectiveness and lessons learned.

The journal of obstetrics and gynaecology research , Volume 40 , Issue 6 (2014)
Caitlin E Martin , Ana I Tergas , Megan Wysong , Maureen Reinsel , Deborah Estep , John Varallo
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Can visual cervical screening be sustained in routine health services? Experience from Mali, Africa.

BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology , Volume 119 , Issue 2 (2012)
I Teguete , R Muwonge , C B Traore , A Dolo , S Bayo , R Sankaranarayanan
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Monitoring the performance of "screen-and-treat" cervical cancer prevention programs.

International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics: the official organ of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics , Volume 126 , Issue 1 (2014)
Mulindi H Mwanahamuntu , Vikrant V Sahasrabuddhe , Meridith Blevins , Sharon Kapambwe , Bryan E Shepherd , Carla Chibwesha , Krista S Pfaendler , Gracilia Mkumba , Belington Vwalika , Michael L Hicks , Sten H Vermund , Jeffrey S A Stringer , Groesbeck P Parham
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Acceptability of cervical cancer screening in rural Mozambique.

Health education research , Volume 27 , Issue 3 (2012)
Carolyn M Audet , Carla Silva Matos , Meridith Blevins , Aventina Cardoso , Troy D Moon , Mohsin Sidat