Researchers: Older women still need cervical cancer tests

04/24/2009 | Yahoo!

Researchers who reviewed the cervical cancer registry in The Netherlands found women over age 50 have about the same level of disease risk as younger women. They said older women should continue to be tested for cervical cancer even if they have had negative test results in the past.

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