Change for Change Appeal has now finished

01 Mar 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

  • Cervical cancer is the leading cancer killer of women in developing countries like Nepal- sometimes 3-4 times that of breast cancer.
  • If cervical cancer is detected early enough through screening, then it is almost always highly treatable and not the death sentence that it could be without screening.
  • By screening a woman like Usha in a developing country, even just once between the ages of 30-40, you can reduce her risk of dying from cervical cancer by up to 40%.
  • It costs ACCF just $5 to screen on woman in a developing country for cervical cancer.

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