[Is there a benefit to continue pap smear screening for cervical cancer after 65 years of age? A retrospective study on 53,644 women].

Abstract

BACKGROUND One third of cervical cancers are discovered after age 65. French guidelines allow women to cease having cervical pap smears at age 65, providing they have had a minimum of two consecutive negative smears. AIM To study the frequency of pathological smears in the group of women aged over 65 with a normal and sufficient cytological follow-up… (More)
DOI: 10.1684/bdc.2012.1556

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