Cervical Dysplasia (Abnormal Cell Changes): Questions and Answers (Copyright © American Social Health Association)
Publication Year: 2010
This online publication answers the following questions: What is cervical Dysplasia? How can a person get the types of HPV that cause cell changes? When and how do I screen for cervical cancer? How do I prepare for a Pap or HPV test? How do you test, diagnose and treat cervical dysplasia? What about HPV and pregnancy? What about HPV and other cancers? Is it normal to feel upset about HPV? How do I reduce my risk?
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