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Cervical cancer is preventable in most cases. However, for many women, especially women of color, immigrant women, and LGBTQ persons, the care they need to prevent and treat cervical cancer is out of reach financially
You can learn about affordable prevention options during a Twitter chat on Jan. 16 at 2 p.m. ET.
To ask your questions and follow the conversation, use the hashtag #OurSalud and learn about resources from experts at the White House, the Department of Health and Human Services and more.
Cervical cancer is highly preventable because of vaccines and screenings. Talk to a doctor to get tested and vaccinated.
Smoking affects nearly every organ in your body from your brain all the way to down to the smallest parts of your DNA. Learn how each of your body’s systems are impacted by smoking.