- Date: 06/03/2023
Better access to health care in rural Pennsylvania might not be a matter of sending more doctors outside cities and…
Preventing and treating cervical cancer at an early stage requires women to get regular screenings, including HPV and Pap tests. It also requires follow-up with an OB-GYN if test results are abnormal. But what happens when women can’t get to see a medical provider, either for routine tests or for follow-up care? Unfortunately, this is a reality for many people and transportation is a major barrier to getting this lifesaving care for many women, including those living in rural communities like mine.
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