Dr. Beddoe on the Impact of Cervical Cancer Screening

Ann Marie Beddoe, MD
Published: Wednesday, May 10, 2017



Ann Marie Beddoe, MD, assistant professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science, Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses the impact of cervical cancer screening for women in the United States.

Within the United States, there is a large immigrant population and women come from countries where they have not had formal or effective screening programs, states Beddoe.

According to Beddoe, it is important to be aggressive about your treatment and recommending HPV vaccines because, patients may not be in the country for a long time in terms of their migratory status.
 
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Ann Marie Beddoe, MD, assistant professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science, Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses the impact of cervical cancer screening for women in the United States.

Within the United States, there is a large immigrant population and women come from countries where they have not had formal or effective screening programs, states Beddoe.

According to Beddoe, it is important to be aggressive about your treatment and recommending HPV vaccines because, patients may not be in the country for a long time in terms of their migratory status.
 

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