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Study on the New Progress in the Etiology of Cervical Cancer

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DOI: 10.23977/medeb.2018.07003


Lili Xuan, Xiaojun Liu

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Xiaojun Liu


Cervical cancer is one of the most common gynecological malignancies. The incidence rate ranks second among female malignancies, only after breast cancer, but it even ranks first in some developing countries. According to statistics from around the world, there are approximately 500,000 new cases of cervical cancer each year, accounting for 5% of all new cancer cases, and 80% of these cases occur in developing countries. There are about 240,000 patients who die of cervical cancer every year in the world. In recent years, according to reports from some countries and regions, the incidence of HPV infection among young women 25 years of age or younger per year is 2.3%. Of these, 0.03% of infected individuals develop CIN III and cervical infiltrating cancer. The younger age of HPV infection affects the etiology of cervical cancer. Therefore, research is particularly important.


Etiology, Cervical Cancer, new progress

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