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QuickStats: Percentage of U.S. Women Aged 21–65 Years Who Never Had a Papanicolaou Test (Pap Test), by Place of Birth and Length of Residence in the United States — National Health Interview Survey, 2013 and 2015
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    28358794
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    PMC5657958
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    In 2013 and 2015 combined, 6.8% of U.S. women aged 21-65 years had never received a Pap test in their lifetime. Foreign-born women were more than twice as likely as U.S. born women to have never received a Pap test (13.4% versus 5.2%). Foreign-born women who lived in the United States for <25% of their lifetime were almost twice as likely as those who resided in the United States for ≥25% of their lifetime (21.5% versus 10.9%) to have never received a Pap test.

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