New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines Recommend HPV & Pap Testing Now Start at Age 25

Published Jul 31, 2020

New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines Recommend HPV & Pap Testing Now Start at Age 25

The American Cancer Society just issued updated cervical cancer screening guidelines. We spoke to a gynecological oncologist who broke it all down for us.

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