A one-time screening with HPV test was therefore offered to Danish women born before Register based study reporting histology diagnoses and conizations in women found HPV positive in the one-time screening. Number and proportion of women with severe or non-severe histology results were calculated for screened and HPV-positive women by age group or region of residence. HPV screening of insufficiently screened birth cohorts can potentially prevent morbidity and mortality from cervical cancer but longer follow-up is needed to see if cancer incidence declines in the screened women in the coming years. Editor: Clement A.
Age 40 and still wanting a child | VivaNeo Denmark
Because these ladies are busy. You must be tired! A study claims that retired Danish women are the most content in Europe , with those aged scoring 8. No wonder Mikkelsen and Kerner sound upbeat. The famous welfare state subsidises day care places for children from the age of six months, making childcare affordable for all and excusing grandparents from a second career as unpaid babysitters unlike in the UK where one in four working families rely on grandparents for childcare. Sky-high taxes that make capitalists choke on their Chablis may also have the happy side effect of making Danes more content. Denmark has the lowest income inequality among all the OECD countries and studies show that living in neighbourhoods where most people earn about the same can make you happier.
HPV genotype distribution in older Danish women undergoing surgery due to cervical cancer
Denmark has one of highest incidence of cervical cancer in the Western world. But once a person has turned 65, they are no longer automatically screened -- even though older women are in fact those who have the highest mortality. But it's a myth that it only affects young people.
Denmark has one of highest incidences of cervical cancer in the Western world. But once a person has turned 65, they are no longer automatically screened - even though older women are in fact those who have the highest mortality. But it's a myth that it only affects young people. In fact, the mortality rate among women above the age of 65 is per cent higher than previously thought," says medical doctor and postdoc Anne Hammer from the Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. She is behind the new study which has just been published in the scientific journal Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavia.