Could New Technology Eliminate Cervical Cancer?

Health care nonprofits are sharing new screening and treatment methods, aiming to one day eradicate this preventable disease completely.

Could New Technology Eliminate Cervical Cancer?

Health care nonprofits are sharing new screening and treatment methods, aiming to one day eradicate this preventable disease completely.

Credit: PINCC

Watch a documentary about the work PINCC is doing to eliminate cervical cancer.

Michaela Haas, Ph.D., is a Contributing Editor at Pink Rugby. An award-winning author and solutions reporter, her recent books include Bouncing Forward: The Art and Science of Cultivating Resilience (Atria). Visit www.michaelahaas.com

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