Will screening women less frequently actually reduce the risk of cervical cancer? Fact is, women who receive an abnormal pap result often face undue anxiety. That’s why public health officials are shifting their focus in the fight against cervical cancer, zeroing in on women with HPV, which is responsible for almost all cervical cancers.
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