Global Cervical Cancer

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No woman has to die from cervical cancer. Today, the disease takes the lives of 265,000 women every year across the globe, and nearly 90 percent of those deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.

With focused resources, we could eliminate death from cervical cancer worldwide.

We are working with the federal government to scale up the HPV vaccination rates and cervical cancer screening and treatment programs in developing countries, where they are needed most. 

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Without cervical cancer standing in her way, Grace could grow up to become a researcher.

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It's time to end cervical cancer deaths ... for good.

Latest Updates

February 19, 2019
National

Deaths from cervical cancer can be eliminated around the world if investments are made in vaccines and screenings in low-and middle-income countries. In a new ACS CAN report, entitled “Saving Women’s Lives: Accelerating Action to Eliminate Cervical Cancer Globally,” ACS CAN examined the rapidly growing rates of cervical

February 12, 2019
National

Washington, D.C. – The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) released a report today titled, “Saving Women’s Lives: Accelerating Action to Eliminate Cervical Cancer Globally.” The report examines the growing burden of cervical cancer in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) around the world and calls on

Cancer Candor Blog
February 4, 2019

I join the rest of my ACS CAN team in renewing our personal commitment to fighting cancer in recognition of World Cancer Day.

Cancer Candor Blog
October 9, 2018

We have the opportunity to end deaths from cervical cancer. Through increasing access to preventive vaccinations and supporting diagnostic screening and testing which improve opportunities for the early detection and treatment of the disease, we can eliminate a cancer.

Global Cervical Cancer Resources

This factsheet provides information on the impact of cervical cancer around the world.

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