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While incidence of cervical cancer has been steadily decreasing overall during the past two decades in the US, it has been steadily increasing among women ages 30-34, perhaps due to a shift to earlier diagnoses with increased sensitivity of HPV co-testing. | Shahmoradi, JAMA 2022