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Relevant Population Characteristics for Cervical Cancer Death

Relevant Population Characteristics

Cervical cancer deaths are preventable and highly treatable if cancer and/or precancerous lesions are detected early with regular screenings. Economically disadvantaged persons are significantly less likely to get a Pap test. Women with higher levels of education are also more likely to have received a Pap test.

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Content updated: Fri, 18 Feb 2022 13:15:27 MST