Cervical Cancer Screening
Who gets cervical cancer?
Most cervical cancer cases are diagnosed between the ages of 35 and 55 years old. However, younger women who are sexually active and older women are also at risk. For this reason, the American Cancer Society recommends:
- Regular pap tests for all women beginning 3 years after first having sex or no later than age 21 and continuing until at least age 70
- Pap tests should be performed every 2 years and should use a liquid-based test
Most cases of advanced cervical cancer are diagnosed in women who have not been getting routine pap tests
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