“Cervical cancer was once one of the most common causes of cancer death for women, but since the introduction of the Pap test it has dropped to be the #15 cancer-related killer among women. The Pap + HPV co-test is the most effective way to detect cervical cancer in its earliest stage. They can save your life. A Pap + HPV co-test can find cancerous and precancerous cervical cells. The chance of successful treatment of cervical cancer is very high if the disease is caught early. Despite the benefits of cervical cancer screening, not all American women get screened. Cervical cancer is often found in women who have never had a Pap + HPV co test or who have not had one recently. That is why I’ve decided to take the Precerv Pledge. It’s important for all women to have access to Pap + HPV co-test.”
Why Should Women Have Access to the PAP + HPV Co-test?
Unfortunately, due to the lack of comprehensive sexual education and awareness, many individuals are unaware of importance of the PAP + HPV co-test. Keep reading to learn about the life-saving ability of this cervical cancer screening and why all women should have access to the co-test.