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14 July 2003

Screening tests (40 - 60)

The table below indicates which tests you should have done during this time and how frequently they should be done.

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Screening tests to be done during this time

Pap test Every two to three years
Blood pressure At least every two years
Pelvic exam Every year
Cholesterol Every five years
Clinical breast exam Every three years
Mammography Every year
Colon cancer screening Every year
 
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