A commentary on a systematic review protocol and commentary on cervical cancer prevention in HIV‐seropositive women from developing countries

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  • SDG 3
  • Abstract:

    The review protocol has indicated how gaps in evidence may be addressed by through reviewing of published literature on cervical cancer prevention strategies that are being used in developing countries for HIV positive women. The evidence that is going to be shown in this systematic review may be used to update and plug in the gaps in the cervical cancer screening and prevention among HIV positive women. The review guided by this protocol may also inform future research as well as form the basis of evidence-based strategies, policies and interventions for cervical cancer prevention. The systematic review is currently being conducted thus limitations and strengths of this protocol have not been considered. The validity of the findings from the informed review is going to be analysed and reported in relation of reviews and researches that are relevant.