Raising public awareness of cervical cancer prevention is more necessary than ever, she said.
What does CECAP stand for?
CECAP stands for Cervical Cancer Prevention
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Yesterday marked the launch of Northern Ireland's first Cervical Cancer Prevention Week by national charity Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust.
Summary: Cervical cancer prevention should be a top priority for all women.
He explained that the UAE campaign for cervical cancer prevention seeks to raise awareness of the disease, highlight ways to prevent its spread and support women living with the disease.
Finally, it will be argued why a vaccine-based cervical cancer prevention programme may not be sufficient to reduce cervical cancer in southern Africa.
The call comes during European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (ECCP), held every January, to encourage women across Europe to take advantage of screening services in their own country.