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Cervical Cancer More Common, Especially Among African-Americans

Cervical cancer is much more common that we think, especially among older African-American women, says a new study. Researchers from the University of Maryland found that Black women ages 65-69, the same demographic told they no longer need to get yearly pap smears, actually have the highest incidence of this disease, writes Health Canal. — Kellee Terrell

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