His work can be viewed at http://www.hindawi.com/search.aspx?startindex=1&field0=9&q0=Daniel%20Ndisang
in Obstetrics and Gynecology International, a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, case reports, and clinical studies in all areas of obstetrics & gynecology.
There are 2800 cases of cervical cancer diagnosed in the UK each year, that's 55 women every week.
More than half of all new cases are diagnosed in women under 50 that's 1650 cases per year.
The HPV vaccination in schools, for girls aged 12 to 13, was introduced into the national immunisation programme in 2008.
AICR's scientific spokesman Dr Mark Matfield is also available for further comment or explanation at email@example.com
AICR’s aim is to save lives by investing in vital research to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. With no geographical boundaries limiting its reach, the charity funds the best cancer research proposals it receives, regardless of where in the world the projects are carried out. Grants are only awarded for research projects of up to three years.
AICR currently has 225 active projects, split into 103 UK and 122 Overseas (including 11 prostate and 9 bowel cancer projects) at a cost of £38,415,647. The number of projects we have funded over the last 30 years is over 1760. The 24 countries currently holding grants are:
Australia 15, Belgium 1, Denmark 2, Finland 3, France 17, Germany 6, Greece 5, Hong Kong 1, India 1, Ireland 1, Israel 5, Italy 26, Netherlands 18, New Zealand 1, Portugal 1, Singapore 1, Spain 7, Sweden 5, Switzerland 4, USA 2, UK - England 75, Northern Ireland 1, Scotland 25, Wales 2
The overall spend on research in the past 30 years is £133,902,456 (nearly £134million) on 1762 projects throughout 32 different countries. AICR does not employ scientists or run laboratories, ensuring funds are spent where they are most needed, on cancer research.
AICR’s patron is actor David Tennant.
For more information please visit www.aicr.org.uk