CDC reports 8 million at-risk women not getting pap smears
Featured in the Indianapolis Recorder:
“Despite the simplicity of the screening procedure, a recent CDC report published in the November 2014 issue of Vital Signs revealed 8 million American women who are at risk for developing cervical cancer have not had a Pap smear within the past five years, and many have never had this test,” said Kim Stebbings, U.S. President of DYSIS Medical. “The CDC’s report encourages doctors, nurses and health systems to use all medical visits as an opportunity to educate women about cervical cancer screening.”
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