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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)She said that she had plans to open a shop but had to give them up when she learnt that she had cervical cancer two years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A woman who was denied a smear test because she was too young died of cervical cancer a few months after her wedding. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The widowed mum was just 38 when she lost her battle with cervical cancer in October. The Sun (2011)But screening and early diagnosis means cervical cancer deaths are relatively rare - around 1,000 women a year. The Sun (2009)For an unlucky minority this doesn't happen and some go on to get cervical cancer - simple as that. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The news was bad - the doctor said it was extremely likely that I had cervical cancer. The Sun (2009)Poor women are twice as likely as the better-off to get cervical cancer, a study has found. The Sun (2008)
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