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Get Tested for Cervical Cancer

Get a Pap test every 1–3 years beginning at age 21 or within three years of becoming sexually active, whichever comes first.
A Pap test can find problems before they turn into cancer. Most deaths from cervical cancer could be avoided if women had regular Pap tests.
Call your doctor or clinic today to schedule a Pap test.
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