CureCervicalCancer

Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for women in developing countries. Three out of every four new cases of cervical cancer each year are in developing countries that lack screening and treatment programs which might catch the pre-cancerous lesions before they become invasive and lead to a long and painful death. The PAP smear, a cytology-based screening, is largely unavailable in developing countries. However, a quick and easy low-tech method for visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) has been carefully developed and tested. Research suggests that local health-care professionals can easily apply the acetic acid, visually inspect the cervix, and accurately diagnose the pre...
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