Cervical cancer resources

This page regroups important resources on cervical cancer elimination such as infographics, videos, documents and links.

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UICC works closely with the World Health Organization (WHO), other UN agencies and partners towards the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem in support of the WHO-led Global Strategy to accelerate the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem, launched on 17 November 2020.

UICC is calling for urgent national commitments to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 and the elimination of cervical cancer. To that end, this page serves as a comprehensive hub of resources on cervical cancer elimination, including educational tools, social media materials, advocacy resources, opinion from key experts, and external links to reports, strategies and publications. 

Cervical cancer videos

What is cervical cancer video
Conquering cervical cancer video
Signs and symptoms of cervical cancer video
Financing for cervical cancer elimination video
Turn back the clock on cervical cancer video
Video: accelerating equitable access to innovative technologies for cervical cancer elimination
Eliminating Cervical Cancer - A Call to Action video

Cervical cancer Virtual Dialogues

Virtual Dialogue: Implementing 70:90
Cervical Cancer Elimination series Virtual dialogue
Special Focus Dialogue – Cervical Cancer Elimination Virtual Dialogue
Cervical Cancer Elimination series roadmap virtual dialogue
UICC Special Focus Dialogue on Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer infographics

Cervical cancer document
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Estimated age-standardized incidence rates (World) in 2020, cervix uteri, females, all ages
Virologist Harald zur Hausen discovered how cervical cancer is triggered by virus infections. His work led to the creation of the HPV vaccine which cuts the risk of developing cervical cancer.

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This course and the cervical cancer handbook, were developed by UICC as part of the Unitaid-funded "Scale-Up Cervical Cancer Elimination with Secondary prevention Strategy" (SUCCESS) project.

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Ce cours et le manuel de plaidoyer sur le cancer du col de l'utérus ont été développés par l'UICC dans le cadre du projet "Scale-Up Cervical Cancer Elimination with Secondary prevention Strategy" financé par Unitaid.

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Este curso y el manual sobre el cáncer de cuello de útero han sido desarrollados por la UICC como parte del proyecto "Scale-Up Cervical Cancer Elimination with Secondary prevention Strategy" financiado por Unitaid.

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Cervical cancer reports

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Other cervical cancer documents

Investing in Global Cervical Cancer Prevention
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Latest news and blog articles about cervical cancer

Gender norms, myths and misconceptions in cancer care

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Renewed commitments and calls to action to bridge gaps in care for women’s cancers

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Tackling cervical cancer in Burkina Faso: a comprehensive approach by COBUCAN

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Intensifying efforts to eliminate cervical cancer

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The engagement of survivors is crucial to achieving the targets for cervical cancer elimination

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Samiratou Ouedraogo
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Cancer civil society engagement is critical for reaching the 90% target for HPV vaccination

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Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer among women globally and currently, one life is lost every two minutes to this disease.

SUCCESS Project in Guatemala 90-70-90

UICC works closely with the World Health Organization (WHO), other UN agencies and partners towards the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem.

Last update

Monday 18 December 2023

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