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Putting cervical cancer screening in reach for Indian women

  • Aired: 06/12/2017
  • 06:29
  • Rating: NR
Cervical cancer afflicts a half million women across the world every year, but it's most deadly in India. For many Indian women, seeing a doctor is the last resort and an unaffordable luxury. A pilot program aims to change that with a low-cost testing and simple procedure, but hurdles remain to get women in the door. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.
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Cervical cancer is most deadly in India. This program is trying to change that.
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