Conquering Cancer blogs
TogetHER for Health is working with global partners to end cervical cancer for all women.
Every 60 seconds, someone’s mom, wife, sister, aunt or daughter is diagnosed with cervical cancer.
It’s estimated that 50 Indonesian women lose their lives to cervical cancer every day.
A staggering 2,000 women are likely to die from cervical cancer in Malawi each year.
Technology and innovation are vital for turning the unthinkable into a possibility and achieving a cervical cancer free future.
The STOP cervical cancer initiative is arming Kenyan women with the right information and resources to prevent cervical cancer.
One way and another, I have spent a long time in a field we used to call “public education about cancer”.
In some of the poorest countries in the world, cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death, but it is preventable.
My world turned inside out overnight when I was 26 and my doctor told me I had a rare type of cervical cancer.
Every year, Australian children are immunised against the human papillomavirus that causes most cervical cancers.
570,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer every year. In 2018, 31 year old Nanthini Tanabal was one of them.
A collaboration between the University of Malaya and the VCS Foundation is reducing stress around cervical screening in Malaysia.