Are changes to cervical screening program safe?

In response to concerns about raising the screening starting age from 18 to 25, researchers have reviewed the risks As previously reported in the AJP, from December 2017 the biennial Pap test for women aged 18-69 will be changing to a five-yearly human papilloma virus (HPV) test commencing at age 25. While primary prevention of

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