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In US, Cancer Screening Saves Lives

November 28, 2018 Video Video: Black Women are Dying From Cervical Cancer in Alabama The Federal and many state and local governments are not doing enough to prevent cervical cancer deaths, which are largely preventable. Today, California Congressman Jimmy Gomez and Washington Senator Patty Murray will introduce the Jeanette Acosta Invest in Women’s Health Act of 2019. Named after Jeannette Acosta, a former congressional employee who passed away after treatment for cervical cancer in 2017, the bill would create new grants to provide increased access to preventative and life-saving screenings…

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