Cervical cancer - symptoms and how to test
The development of malignant tumours in the cervix lining is called cervical cancer, which threatens all females. A higher incidence rate of cervical cancer is seen in younger women. In fact, women over 30 are adversely affected by cervical cancer. Cervical cancer can be prevented or detected early with the Pap test and the HPV test. The Pap test, often known as a Pap smear, screens for cervical precancers or abnormal changes in the cervix's cell composition, which might progress to full-blown cancer if left unchecked.