Pap Smear Videos
'The View' Determines if Justin Bieber May Have Overreacted About Fan Photos
The co-hosts discuss the singer's online post alerting fans that he is finished posing for photos in public.
New Poll Shows Most Americans are Against Assault Gun Ban
The Hosts of "The View" take on this "hot topic" of the gun control debate.
'Jane the Virgin' Star Gina Rodriguez Sings an Amazing Song She Wrote
Rodriguez talks to Peter Travers about her hit series and about how she ignored the naysayers when she landed the role of Jane.
Pap Smears and Cervical Cancer Survival
Dr. Thacker says smear tests can boost chances of surviving cervical cancer.
Preventing Cervical Cancer
There's some encouraging news in the fight against cervical cancer a new study in the lancet oncology journal found that an HPV vaccine called a server X. Offers even better protection against HPB than previously thought. Joining us to discuss these findings and the impact they may have on
New Guidelines for Pap Smears
The US preventative services task force has released some new guidelines for cervical cancer screening. And as a result annual cancer tests may become a thing of the past. Joining us to break down the latest information on what you need to know with ABC news medical contributor doctor we're stuck
Cervical Cancer News: Fewer Pap Smears
Medical news sparking questions and concern among mothers daughters and doctors a federal panel said today that healthy women. Do not need to get pap smears every year after all. As you know that is the test given 55 million times every year to catch the risk of cervical cancer report becomes fatal
New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
Federal panel recommends healthy women should get a Pap smear every three years.
Women's Health Issues
From HPV tests to coping with met a positive boosting your sex drive we've rounded up some of most common questions regarding women's health. Joining us today to help answer and provide some inside information on what you need to know. clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia
A Better Predictor for Cervical Cancer?
Each year about 121000 women in the US receive a diagnosis of cervical cancer a yearly pap smear is recommended to screen for the disease. But now a new study suggests that women can safely extend their screening intervals from one to three years. Research also reveals that the HP need tax may be