Explore Our Projects Around The World

 

We connect with local stakeholders and health experts to create innovative, tailored policies for cervical cancer screening, vaccination, and treatment.

We believe every woman in every nation deserves at least one intervention in her lifetime.

El Salvador

China (Sichuan Province)

Botswana

Costa Rica

Haiti

Nicaragua

Rwanda

Uganda

Saipan

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GC3 Meeting with El Salvador's Minister of Health

Dr. Philip Castle, CEO of the Global Coalition Against Cervical Cancer (GC3), shown meeting with the leadership of the Ministry of Health of El Salvador, including Minister, Dr. Elvia Violeta Menjiva (center in red) and Director of Support and Health Management Program, Dr. Marina Estela Lopez Avalos (left of the Minister), and Basic Health International members.

Clinical laboratory set up in Chengdu

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Preliminary Meetings with Ministry of Health

GC3 conducted preliminary meetings with Uganda MOH to discuss strategies to establish a national cervical cancer screening program.

Huffington Post: Gardasil Safety

This is an excellent article from The Huffington Post regarding the safety of Gardasil. Read more testosteroneplanet...
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Cancer updates from the global community

Self testing can beat cervical cancer Pittsburgh mothers band together Test Could Detect HPV-Related Head and Neck Cancer Recurrence – See more at:...
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Chairman Quoted in Lancet Oncology

Our Chairman Philip Castle was quoted in Lancet Oncology’s recent articleabout the FDA’s recent approval of the Gardasil 9 upgraded vaccine. Read the Lancet Oncology article here....
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GC3 meets with El Salvador’s Minister of Health

Dr. Philip Castle, CEO of the Global Coalition Against Cervical Cancer (GC3), shown meeting with the leadership of the Ministry of Health of El Salvador, including Minister, Dr. Elvia Violeta Menjiva (center in red) and Director of Support and Health Management...
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