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Interview 13

Age at interview: 62
Age at diagnosis: 52
Brief Outline: Diagnosed with abnormal cervical cells in 1991. No treatment needed, No recurrence. Experience of inadequate smears.
Background: Administrator; divorced, 2 children.

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Her abnormal cells returned to normal without any treatment.

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I haven't been particularly worried because I think when I went to the hospital they told me there was a school of thought that when you're going through the menopause some people do get abnormal cells which then right themselves after the menopause and that was quite reassuring because that's what seems to have happened in my case. It didn't progress, it was just one of those things and it's reverted back to being normal. And that was very reassuring actually.

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