Cervical Cancer Key Stats in NY | Porter Law Group

Middle-aged women are most at risk of getting cervical cancer, and it is usually detected before a woman reaches 50 years of age. Rarely do women develop this kind of cancer prior to 20. 

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Women are still at risk of getting cervical cancer as they grow in age. Women over 65 account for 15% of the cases of cervical cancer. That risk is greatly decreased for those women who get regular screening for cervical cancer before reaching 65. for more information concerning tests used when screening for cervical cancer, see our document “Cervical Cancer Prevention and Early Detection” and our section “Can cervical cancer be prevented?”