Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention        

Publications

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De l’an 2000 à ce jour

ACCP. Natural History of Cervical Cancer: Even Infrequent Screening of Older Women Saves Lives. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. Seattle: PATH (April 2003).

ACCP. Palliative Care: Supporting Women with Advanced Cancer. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. Seattle: PATH (April 2003).

ACCP. HPV Testing: Promise and Challenges. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. Seattle: PATH (March 2003).

ACCP. Effectiveness, Safety, and Acceptability of Cryotherapy: A Systematic Literature Review. Seattle: PATH (January 2003)

ACCP. Key Steps for Meeting Women's Needs. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. Seattle: PATH (October 2002).

ACCP. Pap Smears: An Important But Imperfect Method. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet] Seattle: PATH (October 2002)

ACCP. Visual Screening Approaches: Promising Alternative Screening Strategies. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. Seattle: PATH (October 2002).

Arrossi S, Sankaranarayanan R, Parkin DM. Incidence and mortality of cervical cancer in Latin America. Revista Mexicana de Salud Publica. Special issue (2002. In press).

Basu P, Mandal R, Roy C, Das P, Choudhury D, Datta K, Karamakar S, Tsu V, Chakrabarti RN, Siddiqi M and the Calcutta Cervical Neoplasia Early Detection Study (CEDS) Group. Evaluation of downstaging in the detection of cervical neoplasia in Kolkata, India. International Journal of Cancer 100:92-96 (2002).

Blumenthal PD, Gaffikin L, Chirenje ZM, McGrath J, Womack S, Shah, K. Adjunctive testing for cervical cancer in low resource settings with visual inspection, HPV, and the Pap smear. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 72:47-53 (2001).

Blumenthal PD, Ringers P, McIntosh N, Gaffikin L. Innovative approaches to cervical cancer prevention. Medscape Womens Health 6(6):1 (Dec 2001).

Denny L. Cervical cancer screening in developing countries. IPPF Medical Bulletin 35(2)(2001).

Denny L, Kuhn L, Pollack A, Wainwright H, Wright TC. Evaluation of alternative methods of cervical cancer screening for resource-poor settings. Cancer 89(4):826-833 (August 15, 2000).

Denny L, Kuhn L, Pollack A, Wright T. Direct Visual inspection for cervical cancer screening: An analysis of factors influencing test performance. Cancer 94(6):1699-1707 (2002).

Denny L, Kuhn L, Risi L, et al. Two-stage cervical cancer screening: An alternative for resource-poor settings. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 183(2):383-388 (August 2000).

Goldie SJ, Kuhn L, Denny L, Pollack A, Wright TC. Policy analysis of cervical cancer screening strategies in low-resource settings: Clinical benefits and cost-effectiveness. JAMA 285(24):3107-3115 (June 27, 2001).

Herdman C, Sherris J. Planning Appropriate Cervical Cancer Control Programs, 2nd Edition. Seattle, Washington: PATH (2000).

JHPIEGO. McIntosh N, Blumenthal PD, Blouse A, eds. Cervical Cancer Prevention Guidelines for Low-Resource Settings. JHPIEGO (2001).

Kols A, Sherris J. HPV Vaccines: Promise and Challenges. Seattle, Washington: PATH (2000).

Kuhn L, Denny L, Pollack A, Lorinez A, Richart RM, Wright TC. Human papillomavirus DNA testing for cervical cancer screening in low-resource settings. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 92(10):818-825 (May 17, 2000).

Levin CE, Sellors JW. De novo establishment and cost-effectiveness of Papanicolaou cytology screening services in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Cancer 94(8):2312-2314; discussion 2314-2316 (Apr 15, 2002). [Comment on: Cancer 91(5): 928-939 (Mar 1, 2001).]

Malloy C, Sherris J, Herdman C. HPV-DNA Testing: Technical and Programmatic Issues for Cervical Cancer Prevention in Low-Resource Settings. Seattle, Washington: PATH (2000).

Mandelblatt JS, Lawrence WF, Gaffikin L, Limpahayom KK, Lumbiganon P, Warakamin S, King J, Yi B, Ringers P, Blumenthal PD. Costs and benefits of different strategies to screen for cervical cancer in less-developed countries. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 94(19):1469-1483 (Oct 2, 2002).

PATH. HPV Testing: Promise and Challenges. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. PATH (November 2001).

PATH. Key Steps for Meeting Women's Needs. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. PATH (November 2000).

PATH. Natural History of Cervical Cancer: Even Infrequent Screening of Older Women Saves Lives. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. PATH (November 2000).

PATH. Program Capacity Assessment Tool: Integrating Cervical Cancer Prevention into Reproductive Health Services. Reproductive Health Reports #4. PATH (July 2001).

PATH. Summary of Proceedings: Consultative Forum on Cervical Cancer Prevention in Low-Resource Settings. (2001).

PATH. Pap Smears: An Important But Imperfect Method. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet] PATH (February 2001).

PATH. Visual Screening Approaches: Promising Alternative Screening Strategies. [Cervical Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet]. PATH (September 2001).

Richart R, Robles S, Wright TC, Sankaranarayanan R. Symposium: Cervical cancer screening strategies for developing countries. Contemporary Ob/Gyn 1:71-79, 100-117 (2001).

Sankaranarayanan R, Budukh AM, Rajkumar R. Effective screening programmes for cervical cancer in low-and middle-income developing countries. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 79 (10):954-962 (2001).

Sellors JW, Jeronimo J, Sankaranarayanan, Wright TC, Howard M, Blumenthal PD (2002). Assesssment of cervix after acetic acid wash: Inter-rater agreement using photographs. Obstetrics and Gynecology 99(4):635-640 (2002).

Soler ME, Blumenthal PD. New technologies in cervical cancer precursor detection. Current Opinions in Oncology 12(5):460-465 (Sept 2000).

Soler ME, Blumenthal PD, Gaffikin L. Cervical cancer screening in developing countries. Primary Care Update Ob Gyns 7(3):118-123 (May 1, 2000).

Womack SD, Chirenje ZM, Gaffikin L, Blumenthal PD, McGrath JA, Chipato T, Ngwalle S, Munjoma M, and Shah KV. HPV–based cervical cancer screening in a population at high risk for HIV infection. International Journal of Cancer 85(2):206-210 (Jan 15, 2000).

Womack SD, Chirenje ZM, Gaffikin L, Blumenthal PD, McGrath JA, Chipato T, Ngwalle S, and Shah KV. Evaluation of HPV assay in cervical cancer screening in Zimbabwe. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 107(1):33-38 (Jan 2000).

Wright TC, Denny L, Kuhn L, Pollack A, Lorinez A. HPV DNA testing of self-collected vaginal samples compared with cytologic screening to detect cervical cancer. Journal of the American Medical Association 283(1):81-86 (January 5, 2000).

1998 - 1999

Abwao S, Greene P, Sanghvi H, Tsu V, Winkler J, eds. Prevention and Control of Cervical Cancer in the East and Southern Africa Region. Summary of proceedings of regional meeting held in Nairobi, Kenya, March 29 - April 1, 1998. AVSC, PATH, Pathfinder, JHPIEGO (1998). Available online at http://www.rho.org/meeting_report_Kenya.pdf

AVSC. Preventing cervical cancer. AVSC News 37(4) (Winter 1999).

Cullins VE, Wright TC, Beattie KJ, Pollack AE. Cervical cancer prevention using visual screening methods. Reproductive Health Matters 7(14):134-143 (November 1999).

Kuhn L, Denny L, Pollack AE, Wright TC. Prevalence of visible disruption of cervical epithelium and cervical ectopy in African women using Depo-Provera®. Contraception 59:363-367 (1999).

PATH. Qualitative Assessment of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Regarding Cervical Cancer Among Selected Women and Providers in Nayarit State, Mexico. Technical Report submitted to PAHO (November 1998).

Sherris J. Cervical cancer prevention: A strategic opportunity to improve women's reproductive health. International Family Planning Perspectives 25 (Suppl):S56-S57 (January 1999). Available online at http://www.agi-usa.org/pubs/journals/25s5699.html

U. Zimbabwe/JHPIEGO. Visual inspection with acetic acid for cervical-cancer screening: Test qualities in a primary-care setting, Lancet 353(9156) (March 13, 1999).

1995 - 1998

Bishop A, Sherris J, Tsu V. Cervical Dysplasia Treatment in Developing Countries: A Situation Analysis. Seattle, Washington: PATH (1995).

Bishop A, Sherris J, Tsu V, Kilbourne-Brook M. Cervical dysplasia treatment: Key issues for developing countries. Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization 30(4):378-386 (December 1996).

Bishop A, Wells E, Sherris J, Tsu V, Crook B. Cervical cancer: Evolving prevention strategies for developing countries. Reproductive Health Matters 6:60-71 (November 1995).

Blumenthal, P. Cytology-based screening: Technical and programmatic considerations. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 22-23

Blumenthal, P. Key clinical issues in treatment of precancerous lesions of the cervix. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 65-68

Blumenthal, P. Training for visual inspection: Zimbabwe. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 94-97

Blumenthal, P. Visual inspection of the cervix as a screening option. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 32-33

Blumenthal, P. Why visual inspection with acetic acid? In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low - Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 16-17

Gaffikin, L. Accuracy of Pap smears: Recent findings from a meta-analysis. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 24-25

Gaffikin, L. Factors affecting a screening test. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 18-19

Gaffikin, L. Zimbabwe cervical cancer screening study. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp 52-53 Gaffikin L. et al., eds. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp. 80-84 (December 1997).

JHPIEGO. Alternatives in Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-Resource Settings (Highlights) (1997). Highlights of a workshop on unaided visual inspection and cryotherapy for low-resource settings.

PAHO, Trends in cervical cancer mortality in the Americas. Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization 30(4) (December 1996). [New URL: http://165.158.1.110/english/hcn/hcndetect_2.htm]

PATH. Assessing health need/community demand for cervical cancer control: results from a study in Kenya. Reproductive Health Reports 1 (December 1996). Executive summary available online at http://www.path.org/resources/cxca_study_kenya.htm

Sherris J. Cervical cancer treatment: Options and experiences in low-resource settings. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Gaffikin L. et al., eds. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp. 69-75 (December 1997).

Sherris J. Considerations for designing a cervical cancer control program. In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997.

Sherris J, Bishop A, Wells E, Tsu V, Kilbourne-Brook M. Planning Appropriate Cervical Cancer Control Programs. Seattle, Washington: PATH (1997). Available online at http://www.rho.org/Cervical_Cancer.pdf.

Tsu V. Visual inspection for cervical dysplasia: Preliminary evaluation studies in Indonesia (1992-1994). In: Alternatives for Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Low-resource Settings. Workshop proceedings, May 21-22, 1997. Gaffikin, L. et al., eds. Baltimore, Maryland: JHPIEGO. pp. 41-45 (December 1997).