Cervical Cancer Prevention Month

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360 Dollars: A Small Price to Pay for a Life

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A 28-year-old mother of two was diagnosed with
late-stage cervical cancer. She [[wysiwyg_imageupload:173:]]had a week to “get her affairs in order” – which meant signing adoption papers for her children  – before going into surgery for a radical hysterectomy. Luckily, she survived and is considered “cured.” But when curing someone requires such a physical and emotional life-long burden, taking all precautions necessary to prevent a diagnosis are worthwhile – aren’t they?
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