New Report Says Women Need Less Cervical Cancer Screening; Backlash Brewing on Mammogram Guidelines - Video 11/20/09
Here is a video report that mentions a new study out today that says women can wait until 21 to be screened for Cervical Cancer, and only need to have "Pap Smear" tests every two years during their 20's. This report comes on the heels of a separate report that urges women not start having mammograms until age 50, and then every two years. It also says self-exam is not necessary.
The video reports on a backlash brewing across the country against the new mammogram guidelines.