CECAP

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AcronymDefinition
CECAPCervical Cancer Prevention
CECAPContinuing Education Course Application Process
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On the day of attending her latest test Kym tweeted: "It's Cervical Cancer Prevention Week and I cannot stress enough how important it is to go get your smear test.
| Cervical Cancer Prevention Week is organised by charity Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust and runs until Sunday.
Our findings are consistent with the results of a study conducted among Rwandese women to assess their knowledge about cervical cancer prevention. It was found that women who had ever had an HIV test were more likely to know more about cervical cancer compared to those who had not tested for HIV (13).
"Her broad knowledge of women's health issues coupled with years of experience working with cervical cancer prevention make her well positioned to lead us going forward.
The event themed 'Pearls of Cervical Cancer Prevention' aimed to acknowledge the importance of early diagnosis of cancer in primary health care.
The campaign was organised in observance of the World Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, which ran from 22 to 28 January 2018, and in support to the objectives of the UN Sustainable Goals, Dubai Plan 2021, and the UAE Year of Zayed initiative.
NHS Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are supporting the #Smear-ForSmear 2018 campaign, which runs until January 28 during Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.
NHS Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) is supporting the #Smear-ForSmear 2018 campaign, which runs until Sunday during Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.
IT'S Cervical Cancer Prevention Week and young women are being urged to respond to invitations to have a smear test to help reduce the risk of contracting the disease.
Yesterday marked the start of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week and Kirsty Robson's three children are a heartbreaking reminder of how important a smear test can be.
Monday marks the start of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week and Kirsty Robson's three children are a heartbreaking reminder of how important a smear test can be.