The Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention

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The Alliance for Cervical Cancer Prevention (ACCP)
ACCP is a group of five international organizations with a shared goal of working to prevent cervical cancer in developing countries. The ACCP works with developing-country partners to:

  • Assess innovative approaches to screening and treatment.
  • Improve service delivery systems.
  • Ensure that community perspectives and needs are incorporated into program design.
  • Heighten awareness of cervical cancer and effective prevention strategies.

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