Sexual minority individuals less likely to undergo cervical cancer screening

Individuals who identified as a sexual minority had lower odds of ever undergoing Pap testing compared with heterosexual individuals, according to a study published in Cancer.
The findings appeared consistent across specific sexual minority groups, according to researchers, who reported the lowest uptake among Hispanic sexual minority individuals.
“Our team was made up of individuals dedicated to health disparities, as well as individuals dedicated to gynecologic cancer research. We wanted to expand on what was known in the field to identify how disparities in cervical cancer research may

Individuals who identified as a sexual minority had lower odds of ever undergoing Pap testing compared with heterosexual individuals, according to a study published in Cancer.
The findings appeared consistent across specific sexual minority groups, according to researchers, who reported the lowest uptake among Hispanic sexual minority individuals.
“Our team was made up of individuals dedicated to health disparities, as well as individuals dedicated to gynecologic cancer research. We wanted to expand on what was known in the field to identify how disparities in cervical cancer research may