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Should I be worried about cervical cancer?

Reproductive health  •  31 August 2022  • 1 min read

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Did you know that most women get an HPV infection shortly after they start having sex? This infection is the cause of almost all cases of cervical cancer.

Let’s take a look at the cervical cancer screening methods available to you. 

It’s always better to catch it in the early stages, so remember to get screened regularly. Visit our clinic nearest to you to book your screening.


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