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Why are routine screenings for cervical cancer important?
(Select all that apply.)
a. Cervical cancer screenings guarantee a longer life.
b. Cervical cancer screenings can identify precancerous cells.
c. They can identify cancer cells before symptoms occur.
d. They can help detect cervical cancer while it is still treatable.
I think it d, c, and b

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