"ACOG is concerned when we become aware of excessive health care charges, particularly to a vulnerable public," the organization said in a statement about Bettigole's article. "ACOG is working hard to develop educational resources for our fellows and residents-in-training to increase awareness about the costs and appropriateness of many interventions, including diagnostic tests."
For more about cervical cancer screening, head to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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