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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

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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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