Studies: Cervical cancer testing could prevent deaths

11/2/2005 | MSNBC

Cervical cancer testing for low-income American women and women in developing countries could result in saved lives and more aggressive treatment, according to two new studies. Many women in affluent countries get annual Pap smears, a test for cervical cancer, but the rates are lower in developing countries and among minority women in the U.S., and increased testing could prevent many of the cancers.

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