Women's Health Night!

Cervical Cancer Prevention and Protection

Women's Health Night

Attention all Women:

MSU nursing student Ivy Anderson will be discussing the ways to prevent and protect yourself from cervical cancer.

  • If your are sexually active, you are at risk for cervical cancer.
  • If you are using an oral contraceptive, you are at risk for cervical cancer.
  • If you are a Latina, African American, or Native American woman, you are at risk for cervical cancer.
  • If you are between the ages of 17-35, you are at risk for cervical cancer.

Come and learn how about cervical cancer and how to protect yourself.

Women's Health Night

Thursday, April 30th, 4-5pm

Office of Multicultural Affairs 110 Curris Center

Sponsors:
Sister II Sister
Nurses of Color Mentoring Program (NCMP)

RSVPs are enabled for this event.