Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening Awareness Month

NCI web post

Did you know?
The most common risk factors for breast cancer are being female and being over age 50.
Most women age 50-74 should have a screening mammogram every 2 years.
Over 80% of people who have ever had sexual contact will have a human papillomavirus (HPV) infection in their lifetime.
Regular Pap tests can find abnormal cell changes on the cervix before they turn into cancer.
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Most women age 50-74 should have a screening mammogram every 2 years. Call 1-855-95-CHECK to schedule an appointment or click here.
Most women age 21-69 who have ever had sexual contact should have a regular Pap test every 3 years. Make a Pap test appointment with your regular doctor or nurse or click here to find a Pap test clinic near you.

For more information, click here.

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