Studies indicate that an often-unnoticed sexually transmitted infection called Mycoplasma Genitalium (MG), may increase women’s risk of cervical cancer development when compared to women who do not carry this STI.

As MG can sometimes slip under the radar during regular screenings, early detection and prevention strategies become even more crucial.

Learn more: Little-known STI may increase the risk of cervical cancer in women, study finds

MG and Cervical Cancer: A Startling Connection Revealed in Recent Study


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