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Movies / HPV:
CDC Podcasts: Cervical Cancer
From CDC

Cervical cancer prevention - Barshi Cervical Cancer Prevention Programme
This movie produced by the Nargis Dutt Memorial Cancer Hospital, Barshi and Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India is used in villages to promote the cervical cancer project and to inform the population. Start the movie (Windows media player format for fast internet line).

Human Papillomavirus: what you need to know
from The Society for Adolescent Medicine (SAM)

Kill or Cure - BBC Documentary
Kill Or Cure? Human Papilloma Virus [HPV] leads to cervical cancer, and is the second-biggest cause of cancer deaths among women, claiming nearly 300,000 victims annually. The BBC World third series of “Kill Or Cure?” starts by looking at screening strategies to prevent cervical cancer and the development of a vaccine that aims to protect against HPV, in a documentary that has been filmed in Costa Rica and India. This episode stars our Group Head, Dr R. Sankaranarayanan as well as our Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention (ACCP) collaborators Dr Ramani Wesley from Trivandrum (Kerala) and Dr Esmy from Ambilikkai (Tamil Nadu). This 30-minute programme will help you discover our projects and fieldwork. First transmission on BBC World, Friday 7th October 2005.
Start the movie (Windows media player format for fast internet line).

N E W: Kill or Cure - Saving Lives
Saving Lives looks at the Advance Market Commitment Scheme, formulated by the GAVI Alliance, that aims to provide pneumococcal vaccines to the developing world. The scheme fixes the price of a drug or vaccine over a ten-year period. Is it going to deliver, what will be the result and how did global health institutions, and the big pharmaceutical companies manage to agree on such a deal?

N E W: Kill or Cure - The real lady killer
In the developing world the leading cause of female cancer deaths is cervical cancer and it kills more than half a million women every year, most in poor countries. New low-tech screening programmes have begun to reduce cancer deaths, but campaigners like, Sarah Nyombi, a politician in Uganda, wants to see more …

Research activities in India - Christian Fellowship Community Health Center (CFCHC), Ambilikkai, India
Film about cancer research activities in India. This 8-minute programme will help you discover our screening projects and fieldwork in India especially in the site of Ambilikkai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Start the movie (Windows media player format for fast internet line).

Research activities in India - Nargis Dutt Memorial Cancer Hospital (NDMCH), Barshi, India
Film about cancer research activities in India. This 17-minute programme will help you discover our screening projects and fieldwork in India especially in the site of Barshi, Maharastra, India.
Start the movie (Windows media player format for fast internet line).

Research activities in India - Regional Cancer Centre, Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Film about cancer research activities in India. This 11-minute programme will help you discover our screening projects and fieldwork in India especially in the Trivandrum city, Kerala, India. Start the movie (Windows media player format for fast internet line).

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