You all know that I’m a huge advocate of women’s health and while that does mean bubble baths every now and then, it’s also so important that women have routine check-ups and screenings to prevent cancer related to female body parts (aka cervical cancer).

The Pap test has been leading the fight against cervical cancer for decades, which is why the screening is currently recommended for women every 3-5 years. Before introducing the screening, cervical cancer was the #1 cancer killer of women. Now, it’s #14. That’s a crazy difference!

Request the Pap test at your next health check-up this year to show health care providers that the Pap test is still important and in need.

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#ad • You all know that I’m a huge advocate of women’s health and while that does mean bubble baths every now and then, it’s also so important that women have routine check-ups and screenings to prevent cancer related to female body parts (aka cervical cancer). The Pap test has been leading the fight against cervical cancer for decades, which is why the screening is currently required for women every 3-5 years. Before introducing the screening, cervical cancer was the #1 cancer killer of women. Now, it’s #14. That’s a crazy difference! But with new proposed guidelines, they are threatening to eliminate the Pap test. This will put women’s lives at risk and make them vulnerable in not being able to detect (and protect) themselves against possible cervical cancer cells early on. Women’s reproductive health will be put in great danger! We can’t let that happen. That’s why I’ve partnered with @ProtectThePap #ProtectThePap in advocating to keep the Pap test as a part of women’s routine wellness screening! Request for the Pap test at your next health check-up this year to show health care providers that the Pap test is still important and in need! ♥️✨

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