“When’s the last time you had a Pap+HPV co-test? If you’re unfamiliar with what that is, let me explain. The Pap test identifies cancerous and precancerous cells on the cervix while the HPV test detects infections which can lead to cervical cell changes. Did you know 94.1% of cervical cancer and 99.7% of cervical pre-cancers were detected by Pap+HPV co-test? Unfortunately, many women have not had a Pap+HPV co-test simply because, 1) they don’t have any symptoms or discomfort, 2) they do not know that they have access to screenings. Get tested, you will not regret it. And if you’re not someone with a cervix, then tell someone you love with one to get a Pap+HPV co-test—there’s no better time than now to check on the state of your health and your friends and family’s health”