Our Take on the Latest Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
The American Cancer Society recently updated its guidelines on cervical cancer screening, recommending that women start screenings at age 25 instead of 21. As of now, neither the American College of Gynecologists (ACOG) or ASCCP, the national organization of healthcare professionals committed to improving health through prevention and management of HPV-related diseases, has issued updates or changes in their recommendations for cervical cancer screening.Read more
Ask Sofia: What screenings do I need and when should I get them?
Even if you aren’t due for your annual visit until the end of the year, we always recommend starting the year out right by making those key appointments aimed at keeping your health and wellness on track.Read more