The risk factors for cervical cancer include:
||Infection with the human
||Sexual activity onset at an early age
||Having multiple sexual partners
||Lack of vegetables and fruits in the
Cervical cancer can be prevented by controlling
the above risk factors, such as practising safer
sex, avoiding smoking, and adopting a healthy
Regular cervical smear screening is also proved
to be an effective way in reducing cervical
cancer incidence and death.
There are 3 vaccines developed and licensed
for use in preventing cervical cancers. More
information are available here
Women should take advantage of the current technologies
available in preventing cervical cancer.