Archive: Nhs Research

A random trip to the gynecologist can save women under 25 from living with undiagnosed cervical cancer

Cervical cancer: Does the smear age need to be lowered?

A change in the rules to start smear tests at 25, rather than 20, could be leaving more young women without treatment

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