Women’s Health Expert Discusses Importance Of Integrating Cervical Cancer Prevention Efforts Into Broader Women’s Health Care

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: Integrating Cervical Cancer Prevention into Comprehensive Women’s Health Care
Celina Schocken, executive director of TogetHER for Health, discusses global efforts to address cervical cancer and the importance of integrating prevention into women’s health care more broadly (4/29).

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