Cervical Cancer Awareness

Cervical Cancer Awareness

According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year. The good news is that the disease is virtually always preventable, especially when it’s diagnosed early. During National Cervical Health Awareness Month, learn about the causes of and treatments for cervical cancer by visiting the American Cancer Society’s website and the Gynecologic Cancer page in the Cancer Types section of your Work Stride website. And talk to your Work Stride oncology nurse navigator about the available screening tests that can save your life. Eden or Rose are always available to provide employees and managers with support, information and guidance. Contact them at 844.446.6229 or ManageCancer@jh.edu.

 

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