The number of women who undergo regular screening for cervical cancer drops as they get older, and while this is acceptable if women have been followed regularly until the age of 65 years, women who are not up to date with screening should be screened when they are older.
Marijke Vroomen Durning, RN
Until recently, the most common way to stage endometrial cancer was through surgical staging. Lymphadenectomy required removing large amounts of tissue to find impacted nodes.
Government-subsidized breast cancer and cervical cancer screening will no longer be available through Planned Parenthood clinics in Texas beginning September 1, 2015.