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Terminal Cervical Cancer on the Rise in Older Women

New research highlights a possible gap in screening for the disease in the 65-plus population.
An orange senior woman has a green cervical cancer awareness ribbon around her neck against a blue background.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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