Sarah Maree Cameron was diagnosed with cervical cancer at age 22
Both her mother and older sister had the disease several years earlier
She underwent numerous procedures to remove the cells and a hysterectomy
The radio announcer is urging all Australian women to get checked regularly
Melbourne radio announcer Sarah Maree Cameron always had regular Pap tests following her sister’s Jeanette's cervical cancer diagnosis in 2003, so at the age of just 22, she was shocked to learn that she too had the disease.
'Cervical cancer is something you hear about but hope you never have to deal with,' she says.ADVERTISEMENT/amp-ad">>
'I was very lucky to grow up with a Mum who always educated my sisters and I about our body and encouraged us to get regular Pap tests.
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