In January, health providers throughout the United States recognized Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, reminding women and adolescent girls of the steps needed to prevent this disease. The good news is that cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers when caught early. It is caused by...Read more
Earlier this month the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, identified women’s empowerment and global health as priority issues during his second term. In order to help jumpstart these goals, we’ve thought of actions the United Nations can take to support the sexual and...Read more
Cervical cancer, one of the most deadly and most preventable non-communicable diseases, will kill around 300,000 women this year. Although the disease is preventable and treatable with a comprehensive approach that includes screening and HPV vaccination, a lack of resources means that women and...Read more