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Hopes new kit will boost screening

Shocking research has revealed that 18,000 women in Southampton are late for their smear test appointments. Despite the clear evidence which shows that catching cervical cancer early dramatically improve survival rates, it seems that women across the city are failing to keep up-to-date with the potentiallylife-saving test.

Research carried out by GynaeHealth has revealed that almost nine per cent of the women surveyed said they were late for their smear test because they didn't need it for various reasons. They wrongly thought being over 40, being over 50 or being a lesbian meant that a test was pointless so failed to book a smear test.

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