In This Issue:
Prevent cancer with the HPV vaccine | Get screened! | Pap Smears

Clinic News: Health & Wellness appointments available
Prevent Cancer with the HPV Vaccine
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections. It can lead to cancer, including cervical cancer. The HPV vaccine protects against Human Papillomavirus strains which can cause cervical cancer.
Get screened!
Screening is an important part of cancer prevention and treatment. This info-graphic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides details about the Pap smear and HPV test.
Pap Smears: What to expect
Many women avoid getting pap smears due to fear of the procedure. We hope to put those fears to rest with this simple breakdown of what you should expect when getting a pap smear. Though the test can be uncomfortable, it is over in a few minutes. Results are usually obtained within three weeks of the test being done. Here's how it goes:
Health & Wellness    appointments are available!
Get your year on the right track by booking your annual medical with us today. Click the image below to learn more about the medicals we have to offer. Contact our Health and Wellness representatives to book your appointment today.
Health and Wellness Representatives:
Tamar Maynard 256-9042
Alana Harewood 256-9039
Shekena Howard 256-9041
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