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Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation
The Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF) is dedicated to eliminating cervical cancer in Australia and in developing countries. It aims to do this by enabling public awareness programs, screening and related women's health clinics and by providing cervical cancer vaccine to women who do not have access to it.
European Cervical Cancer Association (ECCA)
ECCA is a European network of organisations and individuals dedicated to raising awareness about cervical cancer and the importance of organised prevention programmes.
European Research Organisation on Genital Infection and Neoplasia (EUROGIN)
EUROGIN aims to promote and develop, at a European level, research, training, screening, prevention and information concerning genital infections, pre-cancers and cancers in women. Developed as a result of a common European resolution, EUROGIN brings together representatives of all the specialist areas concerned and its main activities include scientific exchanges, provision of information and commissioning of medical practice surveys.
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
The NCI conducts and fosters cancer research; reviewing and approving grant-in-aid applications to support promising research projects on the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer; collecting, analyses, and disseminates the results of cancer research conducted in the United States and in other countries; and provides training and instruction in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Tamika & Friends
Tamika & Friends,Inc. is a national non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about cervical cancer and its link to HPV. Founded in 2005 by cervical cancer survivor and advocate Tamika Felder, their network of survivors and their friends spread the essential message that through education, prevention and treatment, cervical cancer can be entirely eliminated.
Women Against Cervical Cancer Foundation (WACC)
WACC is an international initiative created by medical experts that aims to improve awareness of HPV and cervical diseases and to make cervical cancer prevention a top priority on women’s, health professionals and policy-makers agendas. WACC hosts a network of international organisations (WACC Network) and organizes a variety of educational projects, including information-sharing conferences, an online library and an E-bookshop.