Health Headlines - July 12by
Uninsured Women Less Likely to Get PapSmears
When surveyed in 2005, one-fourth of uninsured U.S. women ages 18 to 64 said they did not have a Papsmear within the previous three years, according...
...and now Papsmears...by
["Curiouser and curiouser."]
Holy Toledo! Now we don't need Papsmears... recommendation had been for young women to have Papsmears three years after becoming sexually active...
USPSTF vs PapSmearsby
Alvin B. Lin
and are otherwise at low risk.
What hasn't changed is that USPSTF continues to recommend against Papsmears for women... (Papsmear) every 3 years. Women who are 30 to 65yo may opt for a combination of Papsmear and human...