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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.
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.”