Cervical Cancer Deaths Higher Than Previously Thought

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Scientists have recently re-analyzed data regarding cervical cancer deaths, and found that the rates of death are much higher than previously thought. A recent CNN article explains why, and that “Cervical cancer is highly preventable, and experts urge screenings”

“The American Cancer Society recommends that women begin cervical cancer screenings at age 21 by having a Pap test every three years. Then, beginning at 30, women should have a Pap test combined with a HPV test every five years.”

 

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