FREE CERVICAL SCREENING

The World Health Organization‘s Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer was launched last November 17, 2020. The strategy outlines three important steps: vaccination, cervical screening, and treatment. Successful implementation of all three could reduce more than 40% of new cases of the disease and 5 million related deaths by 2050.

In 2001, World Health Study Reports – only 7.7% of the entire women population age 18 to 69 years old attended the screening. Barriers toward effective cervical screening include the lack of knowledge on cervical cancer and the importance of cervical screening, screening cost, and the lack of treatment facilities and expertise. Thus, the incidence of cervical carcinoma remains high in our country despite technological advancement in the field of medicine.

CerviQ aims to provide FREE CERVICAL SCREENING to marginalized sectors of our community through sponsorship and voluntary donations.

We need to your help to ELIMINATE CERVICAL CANCER and together, build a CERVICAL CANCER-FREE PHILIPPINES

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PAST FREE CERVICAL SCREENING EVENTS

February 14, 2021

CERVIQsyong TOTOO! Sa Araw Ng Mga Puso

The project is led by City Councilor Star Valmocina, in collaboration with Barangay Captain “Super Kap Chito” Valmocina of Barangay Holy Spirit Quezon City and Chief of Staff Dave Valmocina. This is in solidarity with CerviQ’s campaign to eliminate cervical cancer in our country.

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CerviQ syo Rotaryo Para sa Mamamayang Pilipino

March 26, 2020

CERVIQsyong Rotaryo Para Sa Mamamayang Pilipino – Postponed Due To COVID 19

A 10-day FREE Cervical Screening Caravan beginning in Bulacan, to Nueva Ecija, Nueva Viscaya, Isabela and Cagayan with the Philippine Cancer Society. The project was sponsored by the mutliple Rotary Clubs of Rotary International District 3770 under the leadership of Governor Bienvenido “Jon” Alonzo.

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February 14, 2020

CERVIQsyo Para Sa Kababaihan Sa Araw Ng Mga Puso

The project is led by City Councilor Star Valmocina, in collaboration with Barangay Captain “Super Kap Chito” Valmocina of Barangay Holy Spirit Quezon City and Chief of Staff Dave Valmocina. This is in solidarity with CerviQ’s campaign to eliminate cervical cancer in our country.

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