It could be a matter of life or death.
Every hour, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with cervical cancer.1
The most successful method for early detection is the Pap and HPV Co-test, which has caught thousands of cancers in their early stages, including irregularities that were missed by the HPV test alone.
But new regulations could end universal access to the Pap test and put countless lives at risk.
Add your name to support universal access to the Pap and HPV Co-test, which has the best possible chance of catching cervical cancer early.
When you choose 2 tests, you choose not to be that 1.
of cervical cancers
of cervical pre-cancers
of cancers missed by the HPV test alone
Combining the Pap and HPV tests offers women
the comprehensive testing they need.
Cervical cancer was once the number one killer of women, but since the introduction of the Pap test, that has dropped to fifteen.
We shouldn’t walk back the progress that we’ve made. Women’s lives depend on it. Sign our petition to protect your right to the Pap and HPV Co-test.