"New guidelines for cervical cancer screening say women should delay their first Pap test until age 21, and be screened less often than recommended in the past."
As with breast examinations, we're told that more frequent testing isn't justified by the number of lives it saves.
But, you're still not allowed to call it "rationing" or "death panels".
It's just that a few more dead women are deemed to be worth the savings.
Harsh? Yes. But, that is what they're saying.
And, for some reason, they blame the people who point out the truth, not those who put a price tag on women's lives.