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My wife, Elizabeth, always thought Dr. Kent took excellent care of her. I remember the day she received a call from him telling her that the results from the Pap smear performed during her first prenatal visit came back equivocal--basically unclear. Since Elizabeth had no family history of cancer, and because she knew she was in such great hands, she really wasn’t too concerned, and planned to return to Dr. Kent’s office for a repeat Pap in five months – at her first postpartum visit. She returned for the visit as scheduled and saw Rebecca-- Dr. Kent’s nurse practitioner. Since no one had told Elizabeth that she couldn’t have a Pap done while she was on her period, she had to reschedule her appointment. I don’t think Elizabeth was ever told how imperative it was for her to reschedule her appointment as soon as possible, otherwise she would have. She was so laid back and calm about the need to repeat the Pap smear – if only they had stressed the importance of rescheduling her appointment as soon as possible. Elizabeth lost her battle with cancer a few months later. I keep asking myself, why did this have to happen?