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A unique study from New Mexico suggests that screening every 3 years can potentially reduce the rate of cervical cancer.The study revealed that 3 years represents a safe interval, and that more frequent screening does not improve detection rates. Researchers stated that many women are being screened more frequently, which is a waste of healthcare resources. The study was published in the International Journal of Cancer.

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