Young women too complacent on cervical screening

"cancer" written in letterpress blocks
Young women are worryingly complacent about cervical cancer screening, says Cancer Council Victoria – so the organisation is set to remind them of its importance. A campaign launching in Victoria this week will remind women overdue for their two-yearly Pap test that no matter how awkward, cervical screening provides peace of mind. About half of

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