Cervical screening age to remain at 25

Calls to lower the age at which women in England go for cervical cancer screening following the death of Big Brother star Jade Goody have been rejected, the government said.

Calls to lower the age at which women in England go for cervical cancer screening following the death of Big Brother star Jade Goody have been rejected, the government said.

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