MÉRIDA, Yucatan, (January 14, 2022).- Papanicolaou and colposcopy tests with a cost of 100 pesos will be carried out this weekend at the Anticancer Center of the Mexican Red Cross, Yucatan delegation.
This is the second journey of colposcopy and Papanicolaou, which will take place next Saturday 15, and Sunday 16 of this month.
On this occasion, Dr. Teresa Trujillo Díaz indicated that in addition to attending to new patients, women who attended during the first day and for some reason require treatment will be followed up.
Make an appointment
Those interested in making an appointment can schedule it by calling 552 199 6004, where they will also be given directions to go to the building located in front of Parque de la Paz.
The recovery fee will remain at 100 pesos, an accessible cost in order to cover the greatest number of women who wish to undergo the check-up, which must be annual once they reach 25 years of age.
The following sessions will take place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 February.
The Yucatan Times
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