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Prosecutors say Diaz also claimed to have cervical cancer, pretended to be an attorney, forged doctor’s notes and faked a pregnancy.
Lacks was a black patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital that was diagnosed with cervical cancer in the 1950s.
Gardasil 9 protects against the human papillomavirus, or HPV, which can cause cervical cancer and other types of cancer.
Meas, who was wearing a helmet, damaged his spine at the sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae, which are near the top of the spinal column.
But after a cervical cancer scare jump-started their plans, the process has proven more complicated than anyone could have guessed.
Since his wife, Joey Martin Feek, passed away in March 2016 after a battle with cervical cancer, country singer Rory Feek has had his hands full raising their now 3-year-old daughter, Indiana, who has Down syndrome.
These high-risk types are known to trigger most cases of cervical cancer in women.
In humans, such cervical ribs only affect about 0.5 to 1 percent of the population.
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