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Cervical Dysplasia Experts

Cornelia Trimble, MD

Cornelia Trimble, M.D.
Johns Hopkins Center for Cervical Dysplasia

The Johns Hopkins Center for Cervical Dysplasia was established in 2001 to offer Pap tests and screening for HPV infection. Directed by Cornelia Trimble, M.D., one of few specialists in the country who are board-certified in both obstetrics/gynecology and pathology, the Center aims to diagnose and manage any abnormal changes to the cervix with the goal of preventing cervical cancer. Researchers affiliated with the Center are studying and developing immune therapies, including vaccines, to treat HPV disease of the lower genital tract. 

Cervical Dysplasia Experts

Cornelia Trimble, M.D.

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