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Table 1 Interventions included in the analysis

From: Cost-effective interventions for breast cancer, cervical cancer, and colorectal cancer: new results from WHO-CHOICE

Disease Label Interventions [22]
Cervical cancer C1a Vaccination against human papillomavirus (two doses) of 9–13-year-old girls
C1b Prevention of cervical cancer by screening women aged 30–49 through visual inspection with acetic acid linked with timely treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
C1c Prevention of cervical cancer by screening women aged 30–49 through Pap smear (cervical cytology) every 3–5 years linked with timely treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
C1d Prevention of cervical cancer by screening women aged 30–49 through human papillomavirus test every 5 years linked with timely treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
C1e Vaccination against human papillomavirus (two doses) of 9–13-year-old girls and prevention of cervical cancer by screening women aged 30–49 through visual inspection with acetic acid linked with timely treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
C1f Vaccination against human papillomavirus (two doses) of 9–13-year-old girls and prevention of cervical cancer by screening women aged 30–49 through Pap smear (cervical cytology) every 3–5 years linked with timely treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
C1g Vaccination against human papillomavirus (two doses) of 9–13-year-old girls and Prevention of cervical cancer by screening women aged 30–49 through human papillomavirus test every 5 years linked with timely treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
C1h Treatment of cervical cancer stages I and II with either surgery or radiotherapy ± chemotherapy
C1i Basic palliative care for cancer: home-based and hospital care with multi-disciplinary team and access to opiates and essential supportive medicines
Breast cancer C2a Treatment of breast cancer stages I and II with surgery ± systemic therapy
C2b Screening with mammography (once every 2 years for women aged 50–69 years) linked with timely diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer
C2c Basic palliative care for cancer: home-based and hospital care with multi-disciplinary team and access to opiates and essential supportive medicines
Colorectal cancer C3a Treatment of colorectal cancer stages I and II with surgery ± chemotherapy and radiotherapy
C3b Basic palliative care for cancer: home-based and hospital care with multi-disciplinary team and access to opiates and essential supportive medicines