Saving the World’s Women from Cervical Cancer

July 13, 2016


On June 30, 2016 the New England Journal of Medicine published an excellent article regarding screening women in low resource countries for cervical disease. Many of the issues addressed in this journal article are consistent with what Family Health Ministries has learned over the last 15 years in Haiti.
In 2015, we formed a new organization called “Haiti sans Cervical Cancer” which is bring the many different organizations in Haiti together to work on standards of care. It is the hope, that with direction from the Ministry of Health, a national cervical prevention program can expand services to more women in Haiti.


FHM News

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Representatives of the UNC School of Nursing, Rhonda Lanning and Leslie Hackenbracht traveled to Haiti last week with Family Health Ministries. They were in country for the opening of the new Carmelle Voltaire Women’s Health Center. The Center saw more than 50 patients during their first 3 days of operation. It was wonderfulRead More

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