Cervical cancer screening detects abnormal cells in the cervix.
This isn’t a test for cancer, but can detect abnormal cells that could lead to serious problems like cervical cancer.
Symptoms may not be experienced beforehand, until the condition is at an advanced stage.
Abnormal cells are not usually cancerous, especially if you have regular screenings. However, if abnormal cells are noticed at a screening they can be closely observed and/or treated to prevent cancer from developing. Regular screening has been proved to reduce the risk of advanced cancer by 90% on average for women aged 35-64.
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