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Cervical cancer occurs most often in women aged 30 to 40. According to a news article written by Rhac, a non-governmental organisation working on sexual reproductive health, cervical cancer can affect women with these cases:

Involvement in sex before 20 years old
Teenage pregnancy
Too many sexual partners
Gives birth more than 5 children
Experience of a sexually transmitted disease (STD)
Biological influences from mother or sister who experienced cervical cancer
Abnormal or unusual cells on cervix (Pap smear)
Weak immune system

Cervical cancer kills thousands of women around the world. But it is highly preventable through vaccines. Women between 9 and 29 who have never been engaged in sex can avail the vaccine

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