Recent reports point to an increase in women having new partners' later in life and this will increase their risk of contracting HPV.
However, even if this is not the case, typically cervical cancer is a slow growing cancer which usually takes 10 to 15 years to develop, so women who have not been sexually active for some time may still be at risk.
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