A few years ago, when a reporter in New York’s Westchester County, New York, asked people if they had ever seen or tested for cervical cancer, most people replied, “Yes, I have”.
But the number of people who actually had tested positive has since increased from 1,200 to 1,600.
The test was invented to help women who have undergone surgery for cancer find out if they are infected.
The idea of screening for cervical carcinoma was first tested by the French medical institute, in 1900, when it was tested by women for cervical mucus infection.
But it was not until the 1960s that the Pap test became widely available.
A pap test is a blood test that looks for the presence of cancer cells, or the absence of cancer.
It is a simple, cheap, reliable way of finding out if you have cervical cancer.
Cancer screening tests can be carried out in a few ways.
They can be done by a doctor, nurse or a pharmacist.
Some test kits can also be used at home, and some can be used in a clinic.
Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in the world, with around 2.5 million new cases every year.
According to the World Health Organisation, around one in every seven women will get cervical cancer in their lifetime.
In the UK, about one in five women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year.
In some parts of the UK the risk of cervical cancer is lower than the general population.
Carcinoma is the only cancer that has no cure.