Older Women May Stop Cervical Cancer Screening Too Soon

Incidence of Cervical Cancer does not decline until age 85

A recent article we read points out a very important fact that many women may overlook. Moreover, the portion of women who had not been recently screened for cervical cancer rose from 12% for women, ages 40 to 44, to nearly a quarter of women ages 66 to 70, the authors wrote in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

Here’s a link to the article


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