Cervical Cancer Prevention and Screening

Daily screenings with Pap tests and HPV tests to detect and treat any precancers will also prevent cervical cancer. It can also be stopped by getting vaccinated against HPV. ASCO suggests that girls get vaccinated against HPV to help avoid cervical cancer. Consult your doctor on the best vaccination schedule for you, since it will depend on a number of factors such as your age, gender, and vaccine availability.


Suruchi Singh

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