ABC News(NEW YORK) — In 2018, more than 13,000 women could be diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer and more than 4,000 women could die from it, according to estimates from the American Cancer Society — and it is often preventable with the regular screening.
In 2016, Dancing With the Stars co-host Erin Andrews was one of the thousands of women diagnosed with cervical cancer.
“I think what went through my mind is what everyone thinks of … ‘I’m sorry. I have what? I have what?,'” Andrews, 39, said in an interview that aired Tuesday on Good Morning America. “[My doctor] told me …read more