Health care is one of the things that should be available and accessible for everyone. The Affordable Care Act covers cancer screenings, including Pap testing. This means Pap tests are easily accessible to most people. Many women feel they do not have the coverage necessary to afford this test so they fall behind. About 14,480 new cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed in the US for 2021. About 4,290 women will die from cervical cancer. You often show no symptoms of cervical cancer until reaching the later stages, this is why it is very important that Pap testing be included in every woman’s routine wellness exam.