Women should persist cervical cancer screening when they arrives age 65

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While current tips indicate that cervical cancer screening are often stopped for average risk patients when age sixty five, many ladies lack the suitable quantity of screening history to accurately assess their risk. A replacement study found that incidence rates of cervical cancer don’t begin to say no till eighty five years among ladies and that women over 65 who have not been newly screened may have advantage from continued surveillance.


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