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This was once a seminal contribution to the heritage of the Zimbabwean liberation warfare, which ended with independence in 1980. The ebook takes a thought of view of each side within the guerrilla struggle, yet is especially eager about the Zapu facet. on the time of scripting this used to be kind of uncharted territory, to a point the results of the political consequence of the struggle, which within the identify of nationwide solidarity, silenced the Zapu tale.
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Cervical adenocarcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma incidence trends among white women and black women in the United States for 1976–2000. Cancer 2004;100;(5):1035–1044, with permission. 80% of invasive cervical cancers (310), have declined steadily since the introduction of Pap smear screening, while adenocarcinomas (accounting for approximately 15%) have not (311–318). In fact, rates of cervical adenocarcinomas have risen in the past two to three decades in various countries including the United States, both relative to rates of squamous cell carcinoma and in absolute numbers (Fig.
S. border still exist. Cervical cancer rates began to fall during the early 20th century, before the advent of cytologic screening. Reduced parity may have contributed to this pattern, given that multiparity appears to be a cofactor for progression of HPV infection to cervical neoplasia. In the latter half of the last century, effective screening contributed to a further reduction in cancer incidence and mortality, particularly among women of 30 to 74 years because of targeting of this age group in many countries (309,310).
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