Figure 6: Chronological detection rates of cervix cancer by age group. The detection rates of cervical cancer in age 30s (━◆━) have been increasing year by year with exception of that in the recent years, followed by those of age 40s (━▆━), whereas those of age 50s (━▲━), age 60s (━■━) and age 70 and older (━✕━) were high in initial years and then have been decreased.