This week, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health is hosting a blog carnival, where we bring you posts from the blogosphere that help us answer, “what will it take to end cervical cancer?”
As you know from our work on cervical cancer, Latinas continue to suffer from the highest rates of cervical cancer among women of all ethnic and racial groups. As we work to educate Latinas about how to take action to prevent cervical cancer in their own lives, NLIRH will continue to fight to bring down the barriers Latinas face in accessing the routine gynecological care necessary to prevent, diagnose, and treat this disease.
Here is a round-up of what we have so far:
Screen more women for cervical cancer – not the same women more often! by Kate Ryan, Program Coordinator, National Women’s Health Network.
Thank YOU Affordable Care Act for helping cervixes stay healthy by Keely Monroe, Program Coordinator, National Women’s Health Network
Please stay tuned this week for more posts!