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Using Comparative Effectiveness Analyses to Optimize Cervical Cancer Screening

The overall goal of this study is to identify optimal cervical cancer screening strategies that minimize associated screening harms, while maximizing benefits. The approach will use decision analytic models and comparative effectiveness analyses to identify novel screening strategies that provide similar benefits and harms, resulting in a range of options for cervical cancer screening, which might vary by individual risk factors.

Investigator: Silverberg, Michael

Funder: National Cancer Institute

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