*Corresponding author:Misra Jata Shankar, Department of Pathology, India
Received: August 30, 2018; Published: September 07, 2018
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Carcinoma cervix is a major health problem faced by Indian women and though its incidence has declined in urban population in recent years but in the rural India where 70% of the people dwell, cervical cancer still remains on top . It is mainly due to illiteracy and ignorance about the factors contributing to the development of cervical cancer. The rural women are mostly poor and backward, have poor genital hygiene and are not aware of major risk factors like marriage at an early age and multiparity . Therefore, creating awareness about the hazards of cervical cancer and apprising them regarding the importance of early detection of the disease and associated risk factors are the need of the hour [3,4].
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