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Life-changing price cut to HPV vaccine

Cancer Society hits 100 as US cancer rate falls

Sexual disease soars among young people

Cancer cases up 11%, breast cancer by a fifth: WHO

Swedish doctors transplant wombs into 9 women

Co-hosts Fey and Poehler prove big Globes winners

Retooling Pap test to spot more kinds of cancer

Professor Ruth Bishop awarded Florey Medal for work on rotavirus vaccine

Grandma gives birth to her own grandchild

Gardasil not linked to blood clots: study

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Obama, Bush 1st ladies press for girls' education

Row champ Tait retires to fight cancer

One in 10 US women miss cervical cancer screenings

Bill Gates says he is proud of Aussies

Trovagene launches easier test for HPV infection

Expert calls for calm as France hit by cancer vaccine scare

Mass. women at trial: Pregnancy drug caused cancer

Eli Lilly settles Mass. pregnancy drug-cancer case

Mystery illness plagues girls in Colombia

Generics cut into Merck's profit

Doctors use immune therapy against cervical cancer

Woman who faked cancer sentenced to 1-year term

Overweight linked to 500,000 cancer cases per year

Medical breakthroughs good news for health

American Cancer Society: Budget cuts threat in NY

Your chances of dying by 2023? Test offers a clue

Improved cervical cancer diagnosis for Fijian women

WHITE HOUSE NOTEBOOK: Obama kicks the SOCCKET ball

Bill Gates says he is proud of Aussies

Michael Douglas' Cancer Highlights HPV Risks

Cancer projects short-listed for grants

Cancer rates much higher in Aboriginal people

AusAid cuts threaten immunisation programs

Feds, family reach deal on use of DNA information

Panel backs lung cancer screening for some smokers

APNewsBreak: Deal in Mass. suit on pregnancy drug

France announces 1.5-billion-euro anti-cancer plan

Study shows no link between HPV vaccine and blood clots

Too many cancer tests given to patients already at risk of death

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Pelvic exam not needed for all women: US doctors' group