No longer should anyone living in the United States die from cervical cancer because this cancer is preventable.
New HPV Infections Fall More Than 80 Percent
Even women not vaccinated against HPV appear to be benefitting as signs of herd immunity emerge.
Project C.U.R.E’s cervical cancer screening and treatment program
Women’s health nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, and other specialists may partner with Project C.U.R.E on short-term medical mission trips to fight against disparities.
Position Statement: Cervical Cancer Screening
Identifying populations within one’s own community that are facing barriers to cervical cancer screening and follow-up is essential as a first step.
NIH Seeks Input on Troubling Women’s Health Trends
Nurse practitioners in women’s health can now submit comments for the Women’s Health Consensus Conference (WHCC) to be held in…