Cervical Cancer Test

New research from Queen Mary University of London reveals women over the age of 50 who don’t attend cervical screening are four times more likely to be diagnosed with Cervical Cancer Test in later life.The study, published today PLoS Medicine and funded by Cancer Research UK, underlines the importance of screening women over 50 for cervical cancer to prevent the disease, and provides the evidence that women with normal screening results between 50- 64 have a lower risk of Cervical Cancer Test into their eighties.

Researchers examined data taken from 1,341 women who were screened aged 50 to 64 and the number of cervical cancers diagnosed between 65 to 83. They included nearly all 65 to 83-year old women in England and Wales diagnosed with cervical cancer between 2007 and 2012.Women who had not been screened after 50 had a six fold higher risk of being diagnosed with Cervical Cancer Test.

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