Smear tests: increase the possibility to heal

A Swedish study looked at all women diagnosed with cervical cancer in Sweden amid 1999 and 2001 suggest that Women diagnosed with cervical cancer as a result of a smear test have a far better chance of being cured than women who do not go for tests. Although for women with symptoms that were late for showing, this cure rate decreased to 60%.

Three quarters of the 373 women who died as of cervical tumor in the Swedish learn had not had a cervical spread in the recommended timeframe. According to Dr Bengt Andrae, study author and senior consultant gynecologist at Uppsala University, screening together reduced the risk of cervical cancer and was connected with improved likelihood of cure.

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