National Cervical Cancer Coalition of the Pacific Northwest

Alaska * Idaho * Oregon * Washington
Chapter News

Current and Upcoming Events

Portland, OR | August 24, 2013 10:00am
Women’s Wellness Series: HPV and Cervical Cancer 101 
Many of us have questions about HPV, what it means, who gets it, how it affects men AND women, how to prevent it, and what happens when HPV progresses to cervical disease. Join us for a candid and honest discussion about reproductive health and the relationship of cancer to HPV and HPV vaccine. Lead by Lori Stone, Regional Director of the NCCC PNW. 
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Recent Events

Chehalis, WA | May 16, 2013
Chehalis community health fair. Stop by our booth. 


Seattle, WA | March 14, 2013
University of Washington, Family & Child Nursing, School of Nursing 
1:1 discussion with nurse-midwifery and nurse-practitioner students about cervical cancer awareness and advocacy, from the patient's perspective. [private event]

Atlanta, GA | January 19-20, 2013
National Cervical Cancer Coalition Annual Conference We are bringing together local NCCC Chapter Leaders, cervical cancer survivors and friends and family members, medical and scientific experts, and partner organizations in an event designed to offer information and hope on the subject of HPV and cervical cancer.

Seattle, WA | October 18, 2012
Ladies Night Out
Update: This partner event with HPV Hope raised over $6,000 for cervical cancer and HPV awareness and education. Thank you to everyone who joined us and for your support!!! You’re Invited to Enjoy Chocolate & Champagne! Presented By HPV Hope and the National Cervical Cancer Coalition. Tickets are $15 and include a complimentary glass of champagne and all food!


About the NCCC


A program of the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA), The National Cervical Cancer Coalition was founded in 1996 as a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to serving women with, or at risk for, cervical cancer and HPV disease. The organization has 6,500 members around the world, and chapters across the U.S. ASHA is dedicated to improving the health of individuals, families, and communities with an emphasis on sexual health and a focus on preventing sexually transmitted diseases and their harmful consequences.

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American Sexual Health Association



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