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Last Medical Review: November 20, 2016 Last Revised: December 9, 2016
- What Is Cervical Cancer?
- What Are the Risk Factors for Cervical Cancer?
- Can Cervical Cancer Be Prevented?
- The American Cancer Society Guidelines for the Prevention and Early Detection of Cervical Cancer
- The HPV DNA Test
- The Pap (Papanicolaou) Test
- Work-up of Abnormal Pap Test Results
- Cervical Cancer Prevention and Screening: Financial Issues
- Additional resources
- References: Cervical Cancer Prevention and Early Detection