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View Poll Results: Pap smears should be performed how often?
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Old December 15th, 2002, 21:07
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Pap smears should be performed how often?

The ACS recommends that annual pap smears should be performed at least until the woman has 3 consecutive normal smears. After that, testing is at the discretion of the physician.
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