Definition of 'cervical'
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Women with DCIS were also a third less likely to die of mental health or metabolic problems as well as ovarian or cervical cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They must also examine their cervical mucus. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Other viruses have been found to cause cervical and liver cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One of the women had her uterus removed after treatment for cervical cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)After she was diagnosed with cervical cancer she encouraged young women to go for smear tests. The Sun (2009)Within a year but at first it's likely to be used alongside cervical smears. The Sun (2010)There is no screening programme for ovarian cancer and it is important to stress that cervical smear tests do not pick it up. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Sometimes when it did, there would be no cervical mucus. The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting (1993)It was painless - similar to having a cervical smear test. The Sun (2013)But since her death cervical smear tests for young women have increased by 400,000. The Sun (2009)Women who take the Pill do have a slightly raised risk of cervical cancer. The Sun (2009)Ask a nurse or GP how often you should have a cervical screening test. The Sun (2014)Just how safe is the HPV cervical cancer vaccine? The Sun (2015)DOCTORS this week unveiled a new 15 test for cervical cancer they claim could save thousands of lives. The Sun (2010)Despite much noise about new vaccines to beat cervical cancer and bird flu, the company seems to have relatively little to show for it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'cervical'
British English: cervical ADJECTIVE
Cervical means relating to the cervix.
...the number of women dying from cervical cancer.
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