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Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable kinds of cancer. Once a leading cause of cancer death in the US, cervical cancer is now much less common. The reason? Regular screenings with Pap tests that can help prevent the disease or catch it early when it’s most treatable. And a new cervical cancer vaccine for youth should boost the potential of prevention even further.

To estimate your risk of cervical cancer and learn about ways to lower that risk, take a few minutes to answer some questions about your health, background, and lifestyle.
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