RISK FACTORS AND CLINICAL ASPECTS OF RECURRENT INVASIVE CERVICAL CANCER (REVIEW)
Hilola U. Ortikova*
Cervical cancer (CC) is the leading cancer in the structure of morbidity and mortality among women and remains one of the important medical and social problems in economically developed countries. According to official statistics, the overall cancer incidence worldwide tends to increase. Russia, including the CIS countries are also no exception, so for the first decade of the XXI century, the incidence of CC increased by 1,5 times. According to IARC, more than 12 million new cases of cancer and about 6,2 million deaths from it are registered annually in the world. The annual growth rate of malignant neoplasm (MN) is about 2%, which is 0,3-0,5% higher than the growth of the world population.[2,3,4,5] IARC calculations in Europe showed an annual increase of 2,9 million new cases and 1,7 million cancer deaths.
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