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Implementing the Single Visit Approach to Cervical Cancer Prevention in Low-Resource Settings: Lesson from the Field. Results of a Team Residency at the Bellagio Study and Conference Center

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(Published 2005)
Kleine, A. (Editor),
Gaffikin, L. (Editor),
Blumental, P. (Editor)
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In March 2004, stakeholders met in Bellagio, Italy, at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Study and Conference Center to discuss practical experiences gained in their respective countries during implemention of the single visit approach (SVA) to cervical cancer detection using visual inspection with acetic acid. This document summarizes key points from these discussions. It is meant to provide practical guidance to international organizations and ministries of health in low-resource settings interested in preventing cervical cancer using the SVA to cervical cancer prevention.

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