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St. Rose's McClaren offers cervical cancer education

Julie McClaren, ARNP at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center, right, talks with Kaylee Bitter, Women’s Health Center patient, about cervical cancer and the vaccine that prevents it.

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Julie McClaren spends part of her day educating patients about cervical cancer and how to prevent it. But she wants to reach even more women with this information.

McClaren is an advanced registered nurse practitioner at the Women’s Health Center at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center. She is available to any civic, church or women’s group that wants to learn more about cervical cancer and other women’s health issues.

"Education is critical when it comes to preventive medicine," McClaren said. "When I hear people say ‘ignorance is bliss,’ it really bothers me. Ignorance can kill you when ...

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