Bush Institute Global Health Initiative
Saving women's lives from cervical cancer in sub-Saharan Africa
The global health community has made significant progress in reducing the number of deaths from diseases like HIV/AIDS. But the work is not complete.
The Partnership to End AIDS and Cervical Cancer leads coordinated action to save women from cervical cancer in Sub–Saharan Africa.
The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has saved millions of lives from HIV/AIDS. But women living HIV are five times more likely to develop cervical cancer — and are dying from a preventable and treatable disease.
The Partnership to End AIDS and Cervical Cancer unites the Bush Institute with PEPFAR and UNAIDS to save these women's lives.
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