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Women have expressed concern after cervical cancer screenings were reduced from every three years to every five.

Public Health Wales (PHW) said a new method of testing would in fact “save more lives” and apologised for how changes were communicated.

However, 526,000 people have signed a petition calling for a rethink, while more than 1,700 signed another calling for a debate in the Welsh Parliament.

Catherine Jones, from Wrexham, called for more clarity.

She said cells on her own cervix had been normal a few years ago but now show as “high-risk”, adding: “I know a lot can change in three years.”

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