Published in Elder Law Weekly, December 21st, 2005
According to recent research from the United States, "The incidence of cervical cancer is higher among low-income and minority women who have never undergone a conventional Papanicolaou test or who do not follow up after testing. Screening has been shown to reduce cervical cancer incidence rates."
W.R. Brewster and colleagues conducted a study "to determine the feasibility and acceptability of immediately treating women with severely abnormal Papanicolaou test results by using a single-visit cervical cancer screening and treatment program...
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