Right before I got married, my doctor did a Pap Smear to make sure that everything was good and healthy. It was great to have access to such a great exam that could detect cervical cancer.

Although everything came up normal, I was glad I did the exam and that it was available to me! Women, we need to take care of ourselves. 🧡

…But now changes to the guidelines could eliminate the Pap, leaving thousands of women vulnerable to incomplete testing. We can’t let that happen!!!

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Ladies, our health is the most important thing! ✨ #sponsored Since an early age I have taken care of myself and always have been to my gynecologist at least once a year. Right before I got married, my doctor did a Pap Smear to make sure that everything was good and healthy. It was great to have access to such a great exam that could detect cervical cancer. Although everything came up normal, I was glad I did the exam and that it was available to me! Women, we need to take care of ourselves. 🧡 The Pap test has been leading the fight against cervical cancer for decades. Before introduction of the screening, cervical cancer was the #1 cancer killer of women. Now, it’s #14, which is a drastic difference! But now changes to the guidelines could eliminate the Pap, leaving thousands of women vulnerable to incomplete testing. We can’t let that happen!!! Therefore, let’s Protect the Pap test! #ProtectThePap . . . . . . . . . . . . #pinkoctober #outubrorosa #cancerawareness

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