fighting cervical cancer

Across the globe, cervical cancer kills nearly 265,000 women every year and many of those deaths can be avoided.  This cancer affects developing nations the most but can be stopped with proper screening and vaccination for HPV.

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Over 4,000 women in the us alone will die

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Cervical cancer is the fourth most common female cancer

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Impacts developing nations the most


Our goal

Because we know that cervical cancer can be stopped with early detection, we are aiming to improve the detection rate and decrease the mortality rate caused by missed or late diagnosis of cervical cancer. It is our hope to enhance access to testing for women and reduce the barriers to treatment.


Learn about the problem

To learn more about cervical cancer, navigate to the cervical cancer page.


Stay in touch with us!

To learn more about our project please feel free to contact us!