Why are PAPs so Important? We ask Natasha Harlow, MD to explain
Dr. Ashley Margeson
When it comes to understanding what’s supposed to happen during a PAP smear, why they’re important and the science behind HPV there’s no better person to chat with than your friendly neighbourhood Medical Doctor, Natasha Harlow.
Dr. Harlow is a family practice doctor in Halifax, NS and she joins on the podcast today to chat all about screening health exams, why we do them, and how she works with the women in her office to support their health.
Thanks for joining us on the podcast Dr. H!
Todays episode is sponsored by the Nova Scotia Government. Today I’m asking you, as part of our team of 971,000, to work to slow the spread of COVID-19. Online self-assessments are available HERE (and are SO easy to fill out and book a time for testing!) and anyone living in HRM between the ages of 18-35 can volunteer to have a COVID test completed to help slow the spread in our province. As my 6 year old says, teamwork makes the dream work. Let’s do this.
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