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By now, you’ve read about the controversial mammogram screening recommendations introduced last year, and probably talked them through with your doctor. Meanwhile, there have been other major but less-hyped developments in women’s cancer researchfrom new guidelines on Pap smears to fresh findings about ovarian cancer symptoms. Here’s what you need to know before your next gyno visit.
Here’s our list of 10 states where women are especially hard hit by poverty, STDs, and high rates of smoking, and often struggle for access to family planning, prenatal care, mammograms, and Pap smears.
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