Cervical cancer is the most common women neoplastic disease, which is a world’s phenomen. Just 3.5% of Kenyan women have ever had a cervical screening done, which is why it is usually diagnosed in late stages, where mortality reaches 50%. Volunteers from this section are making cervical screening, educating medical personnel and local communities.
Agnieszka Fedor, Ignacy Bojanowski, Milena Snopek, Olga Połukord, Marysia Ławrynowicz, Kasia Ignor
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