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Cervical cancer usually forms slowly over many years, but occasionally it happens faster. Abnormal cervical cells rarely cause symptoms. Pap test screening can detect abnormal cells in the cervix and prevent the majority of cervical cancers. Most cervical cancer is caused the human papillomavirus, or HPV, which is spread through sexual contact.
Prevention and early detection
Males and females who are vaccinated against HPV prior to becoming sexually active can significantly lower their HPV-related cancers including cancer of the throat and reproductive organs.
Call us for information on the HPV vaccination and no or low-cost cervical cancer screenings.Close the door to cancer
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