STOP Cervical Cancer

STOP Cervical Cancer

STOP Cervical Cancer

Sign now on to prevent cervical cancer in Europe. We need 1 million signatures for the European Parliament to consider the issue.

STOP Cervical Cancer

Every year over 50,000 women develop and 25,000 women die from cervical cancer in Europe when we already know that organised prevention programmes could prevent almost every case. However, the startling fact is that the majority of women in Europe do not have access to these programmes.

STOP Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is unique in that it could be virtually eliminated in Europe through organised prevention programmes but only a handful of European countries have these. This situation needs to be changed now so that all European women have equal access to proper protection against this disease.

STOP Cervical Cancer

STOP Cervical Cancer

STOP Cervical Cancer

STOP Cervical Cancer

Sign now on http://www.cervicalcancerpetition.eu/ to prevent cervical cancer in Europe. We need 1 million signatures for the European Parliament to consider the issue.

Every year over 50,000 women develop and 25,000 women die from cervical cancer in Europe when we already know that organised prevention programmes could prevent almost every case. However, the startling fact is that the majority of women in Europe do not have access to these programmes.

Cervical cancer is unique in that it could be virtually eliminated in Europe through organised prevention programmes but only a handful of European countries have these. This situation needs to be changed now so that all European women have equal access to proper protection against this disease.

STOP Cervical Cancer
STOP Cervical Cancer

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  1. I lost my cousin Jan. 14th, 2011 who was only 28 years old to cervical
    cancer. She has yearly PAP smear. We need to spread the word on the
    importance of also FOLLOWING UP ON YOUR RESULTS as well!! My cousin didnt
    hear from her doctor for 7 months…only to find out her test result were
    sitting on someones desk and she was not notified. She died less than 1
    year later. PLEASE ladies…spready the word about following up with your
    doctor. My cousin thought that (no news is good news) :(

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