Is female-to-male transgender status a barrier to adequate cervical cancer screening with Pap smear?

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Abstract

EVIDENCE-BASED ANSWER

It appears so. Female-to-male transgender patients are less likely to have timely screening, more likely to have an inadequate Pap smear samples, and less likely to receive regular medical care (SOR: B, retrospective cross-sectional studies).

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