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The test you’re probably not getting

Good Housekeeping, April 1, 2010 - (Link unavailable)

There’s a new, more sensitive way to screen for cervical cancer, yet only 15 percent of doctors are using it. Most cases of cervical cancer - nearly 70 percent - are caused by two strains of a virus detected by a new human papillomavirus test. A research study performed at UTMB found that there was a peak in active HPV infections in women in their 50s.




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