Screening every three years, instead of annually, would result in a small increase in risk of cervical cancer

G. F. Sawaya, K. J. McConnell, S. L. Kulasingam, H. W. Lawson, K. Kerlikowske, J. Melnikow, N. C. Lee, G. Gildengorin, E. R. Myers, A. E. Washington, Eduardo L. Franco, Eliane F. Duarte-Franco

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