“Hey everyone, as a 19 year old going on 20, the importance of cervical health is rising. Since it is cervical cancer awareness month, let’s talk about the seriousness of getting a Pap smear. Many people are unaware of the fact that cervical cancer can appear at such a young age, and that being able to detect the possibility of cancer early allows for a better outcome in the long-run. Regular screenings allow provide the chance to catch cancer and stop it in its tracks. Plan on taking the next steps, like making an appointment. All young women deserve to be 25 and alive! #25AndAlive”
Take The First Step To Long Term Health
Brooke Wise is only 19 years old, but she’s health conscious enough to have her longevity in mind. She knows that regular screenings like the Pap test have kept millions of women alive by 25, and she’s eager to set herself up for that same success.