CancerQuest presents: Cervical Cancer Awareness Town, an interactive experience to stimulate conversation about the human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer. Click to visit our kind of town. (REQUIRES FLASH)
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"The American Cancer Society is aware of the tremendous need for adequate and culturally sensitive cervical cancer education among Hispanic/Latino communities. Therefore, the Society's South Atlantic Division, in partnership with The Spirit Foundation, helped to develop this cervical cancer town. We are proud to be a supporter of this project so that together we can reach not only women of all ages, but families, and in particular, young people who may be at risk of getting the Human Papilloma Virus or cervical cancer. We at the American Cancer Society believe in the power of making cancer education accessible to everyone as a way to prevent one of the most preventable cancers: cervical cancer."
Paula Mohan, Chief Executive Officer American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division, Inc
This cervical cancer awareness and education tool was made possible by the financial support of: the Prevent Cancer Foundation, the American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division, and the Spirit Foundation, Inc. Volunteers from these organizations (and their friends and families) worked to create the scenes presented in the module.
The American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division, is dedicated to saving lives by helping people stay well, get well, find cures, & fight back
The Prevent Cancer Foundation advocates and supports the prevention and early detection of cancer through Research, Education and Community Outreach.
Spirit Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating women of diverse backgrounds on preventable diseases and cancers. Our mission is to reduce the mortality and morbidity rate of preventable diseases and cancers in African American, Hispanic, and refugee populations at risk in the Metro Atlanta area through quality healthcare, mobile services and innovative intervention programs.