viernes, 3 de febrero de 2017

CDC - Inside Knowledge Campaign

CDC - Inside Knowledge Campaign

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Inside Knowledge: Get the Facts About Gynecologic Cancer

Do you have the facts about gynecologic cancer? Take CDC’s Inside Knowledge quiz!

CDC - Web Quiz - Inside Knowledge Campaign

Learn More

CDC’s Inside Knowledge campaign encourages women to pay attention to their bodies, so they can recognize the warning signs of gynecologic cancers. Use these Inside Knowledge and CDC resources to find out more:

Inside Knowledge: Get the Facts About Gynecologic Cancer logo

The Inside Knowledge campaign raises awareness of the five main types of gynecologic cancer: cervical,ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar. Inside Knowledge encourages women to pay attention to their bodies, so they can recognize any warning signs and seek medical care.
New television and radio public service announcements in English and Spanish feature actress Cote de Pablo, talking about her own cervical cancer scare, and sharing advice for other women. And check out the new posters telling Cote’s story, as well as our Behind-the-Scenes videos from filming!
Inside Knowledge also has new TV and radio PSAs that highlight gynecologic cancer symptoms. The PSAs encourage women to learn the symptoms, and pay attention to what their bodies are telling them.

PSAs, Posters, and More!

Learn About Gynecologic Cancer

Inside Knowledge provides materials in English and Spanish to help women learn about the five most common gynecologic cancers.
Cervical Cancer fact sheet Ovarian cancer fact sheet Uterine cancer fact sheet Vaginal and vulvar cancers fact sheet

Your Story

If you’re a cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, or vulvar cancer survivor, please consider sharing your story. Send a note to CDC-INFO and we’ll get in touch with you. See other survivor stories.

Know:BRCA Tool

Some women have changes in their BRCA genes that raise their risk for getting ovarian, breast, and other kinds of cancer at a young age. The Know:BRCA tool can help you understand your risk for having a BRCA gene mutation.

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