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WACC
WACC (Women Against Cervical Cancer) is an initiative that aims to make cervical cancer prevention a top priority on women's and public health agendas.



WACC Newsletter n°19
from WOMEN AGAINST CERVICAL CANCER

Monsonego J, Cortes J, da Silva DP, Jorge AF, Klein P.

Psychological impact support and information needs for women with an abnormal Pap smear comparative results of a questionnaire in three European

BMC Womens Health. 2011 May 25;11:18.



Cervical cancer
Cervical cancer is the second-most common cancer in women: it affects around half-a-million women and - each year - kills over 288,000, worldwide.

Voices of Women
Facing cervical cancer, human
papillomavirus and its consequences.

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www.wacc-network.org DACC (Doctors Against Cervical Cancer) is a branch of the WACC (Women Against Cervical Cancer) Foundation.

DACC form a medical community involved in the fight of cervical cancer at different levels such as for instance: Research, treatment, prevention or education...

DACC doctors come from different type of background:
- Public health officers or practitioners
- Researchers, gynecologists, oncologists,
colposcopists, radiotherapists, GPs, biologists, ...
- In public hospitals or private practices, in local
dispensaries or in international health NGOs, etc.

DACC doctors believe their mobilization and concrete actions will have a genuine impact on the incidence of the disease and on the lives of many women, today and for the generations to come.
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Our Cause By Joseph Monsonego
Cervical cancer is the second-most common cancer in women: it affects around half-a-million women and - each year - kills over 280,000, worldwide.
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