Doctors Revamp Guidelines For Pap Smears
by: Rob Stein, NPR, March 14, 2012 4:03:00 pm
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For years, doctors have recommended that women start getting Pap smears every year or two to try to catch signs of cancer early, when it's easiest to prevent and treat. But new guidelines say that testing every three years is a better idea for most women.