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Cervical cancer study shows Paps boost survival chances

from CBS News

Women are more likely to survive cervical cancer if it was diagnosed through a Pap smear test, according to a study. The study is the first to estimate the chances of surviving cervical cancer, authors say. Researchers tracked women for an average follow-up of 8 1/2 years, and found women whose cancers were found by the Pap test had a 92 percent cure rate, while women diagnosed because of their symptoms only had a 66 percent rate. more


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