“Cervical cancer is almost always preventable”: but why is a smear not sufficient and how often do you have to see the gynaecologist?

Just as it should be, having smears taken and still getting cervical cancer. It happened to former politician Stephanie Van Houtven. Because the government is hesitant to introduce a different type of screening, she says. But how does that HPV test work? Can cervical cancer always be prevented? And how often do you have to see the gynaecologist?

Kim Clemens

Today at 14:45

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