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According to statistics of the World Health Organization, cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in Vietnamese women. Accordingly, every year in Vietnam, about 6,000 women are diagnosed with the disease and more than half of them die. Moreover, the number of women with cervical cancer is increasing due to pollution from the environment, food and unhealthy lifestyle. However, if the early signs of cervical cancer are recognized, the disease can be cured in the early stages. ₫1,600,000 ₫1,280,000

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