cervical cancer

B.C. bishop says abstinence is the only healthy choice over HPV vaccine

Bishop Stephen Jensen says vaccine is not wrong, but parents should nonetheless instill values of chastity and abstinence in their children

Awareness to down there-ness-cancer below-the-belt launch party

Proceeds from the Underwear Affair benefit the BC Cancer Foundation in support of research into cancers such as prostate, colorectal, ovarian, bladder, cervical and testicular cancer.

LACE Campaign Raises Pap Awareness

We’ve been told over and over that it’s important for women to get Pap tests to prevent cervical cancer, but disturbingly fewer women aged 20-29 are having the tests regularly. That’s why the BC...