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Most Older Women Shouldn’t Stop Cervical Cancer Screening – MedPage Today

Inadequate screening in middle age, lack of medical record documentation highlighted

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Most women ages 64 to 66 did not meet criteria for stopping cervical screening despite meeting clinical guidelines’ age cutoff, a large retrospective study showed.
Analysis of a national insurance claims database found that 22.2% of almost 600,000 women…

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