Cervical cancer doesn’t always have symptoms

Cervical cancer is more likely to be treated successfully if detected early.  Mayo Clinic suggests that women should begin screening at age 21 with a Pap smear or human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA test. Share this post with the women in your life to remind them to get screened!

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Cervical cancer doesn't always have symptoms
Cervical cancer doesn’t always have symptoms
Cervical cancer doesn’t always have symptoms | Mayo Clinic Connect


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