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One of several U.S. medical societies involved in the collaborative updating of cervical cancer screening guidelines, ASCP played a key role in revising guidelines issued in 2002. “This was a remarkable multidisciplinary effort that, in terms of cervical cancer screening, focused on doing what is best for women at every life stage, regardless of cost,” said Mark H. Stoler, MD, FASCP, former ASCP President and Professor of Pathology, Cytology, and Gynecology and Associate Director of Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology at the University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, Va.

The new guidelines are based on state-of-the art evidence, while also incorporating the collective wisdom of many experts and disciplines, according to Dr. Stoler.

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