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Public Health Advocates Call on Congress to End Cervical Cancer Deaths Worldwide

WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 24, 2017 – Advocates from Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon (PRRR) and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) and will join 11 other public ...
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THE GLOBAL FUND AND PINK RIBBON RED RIBBON PARTNER TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CERVICAL CANCER

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA (April 6, 2017) – Today leaders of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon signed an agreement to collaborate on programming ...
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Bush Institute Announces Visit of President and Mrs. Bush to Botswana and Namibia

DALLAS, TEXAS (March 23, 2017) – The George W. Bush Institute today announced that President and Mrs. Bush will visit Botswana and Namibia April 4 – 6, 2017.   The ...
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News About PRRR

Thembi’s Plea: How a Vaccine Helps Ensure African Girls Have an Opportunity to Succeed

Thembi sits between President and Mrs. Bush while her mom speaks about the HPV vaccination program in Botswana. Photo Credit: Paul Morse This blog post was originally published on the ...
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017: Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon’s Commitment to Fighting Breast Cancer in Tanzania

Tanzanian women waiting for screening services, November 2015. This October, Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month by highlighting our work in breast cancer control in Tanzania. Breast ...
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AI Medicine Comes to Africa’s Rural Clinics

Smartphone-based diagnostic tools with an artificial intelligence upgrade could save millions of lives   In rural health clinics across Kenya, women have started showing up with a surprising request: They’ve ...
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Geingos Urges Private Sector to Join HIV, Cancer Fight

First Lady Monica Geingos. Photo courtesy of The Namibian FIRST Lady Monica Geingos has urged the private sector to join in the fight against HIV-AIDS and cancer. Geingos made the ...
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Ensuring that women living with HIV have access to cervical cancer services in Namibia

UNAIDS : : 06 April 2017 — The combination of HIV and cervical cancer is putting women’s lives at risk. The two diseases are inextricably linked, with women living with HIV ...
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Featured Video

Celina Schocken, Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon CEO, appeared on Good Morning Namibia to discuss our partnership with The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to collaborate on programming to prevent cervical cancer.