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A few minutes to prevent cervical cancer

The difference between life and death from cervical cancer could be a regular Papcervicalprevention test.
“The best way to prevent cervical cancer is to have regular screening. In fact, 90% of cervical cancer deaths could be prevented by regular Pap testing,” says Dr. Rob Grimshaw, Medical Director of Cancer Care Nova Scotia’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Program
Cervical cancer generally has no signs or symptoms until it is advanced.That is one of the reasons that Pap tests are so critical; cervical cancer generally develops from non-cancerous abnormal cells which, if caught early on a Pap test, can usually be treated successfully.

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