New Cervival Cancer Screening Guidelines: No More 'Annual' Pap Smears

Pap smears may no longer be called "annuals" if doctors follow new cervical cancer screening recommendations from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. The group announced today that women should start getting cervical cancer screenings at age 21 instead of 18, and that women could wait longer between the screenings -- regardless of when a woman starts having sex. Women in their 20s with normal Pap smear results now should get screenings every two years instead of every...Full Story
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