“I see these young women who are in their 30s or 40s with these horrible cervical cancers — advanced stage 3, 4. These are diseases you should be seeing in Third World countries or where they don’t have health care,” says Dr. Summer Dewdney, a gynecologic oncologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
“No woman should ever die of cervical cancer, a disease that’s almost 100 percent preventable. We know what causes it, we know how to prevent it, and it’s time to end it.”
See “No Woman Should Ever Die of Cervical Cancer” on the Rush University website (February 17, 2020)