Recent Examples of cervical from the Web
Joey died after a long battle with cervical cancer on March 4, 2016.
The firm had promising new drugs—such as Januvia, for diabetes, and Gardasil, a vaccine against cervical cancer.
The numbers have grown dramatically since the program expanded in 32 states plus the District of Columbia to cover prescription drugs, health screening for children, breast and cervical cancer treatment and nursing home care.
For example, cervical cancer can be detected through routine tests, such as the Pap smear.
Austrian snowboarder Markus Schairer broke the fifth cervical vertebra in his neck during a frightening fall in the men's snowboard cross quarterfinals Thursday at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Today, immigrant communities have higher rates of unintended pregnancy and cervical cancer, and some have higher rates of HIV.
Sherry Pollex is a strong survivor who has battled back from several bouts with cervical cancer.
The resident, who has cervical spinal stenosis and osteoarthritis, fell on Sept. 23, 2017, and was admitted to a hospital with a right ankle fracture before returning to the facility, according to DPH.
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