Haiti sans (without) Cervical Cancer

May 16, 2017

Haiti sans Cervical Cancer (HsCC) hosted its second annual meeting at the Montana in Port-au-Prince on Monday, June 28, 2018. Family Health Ministries US and Haitian staff were in attendance. People representing Haitian organizations, Haitian and US healthcare providers, the Haitian Ministry of Health, and US based NGOs discussed a variety of topics which included, developing a screening registry, treatment protocols, and a potential HPV vaccine program.  Didi Bertand shared her expertise, personal cervical cancer story and vision for cervical cancer prevention in Haiti. It is HsCC’s hope that with shared resources and partnership, the country can begin minimizing the cervical cancer burden in Haitian women.

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