Genmab, Seagen want cervical cancer to be seen in new 'CeMe' campaign along with patient advocates
Genmab and Seagen teamed up with Cervivor and its founder Tamika Felder to shift attention to women living with cervical cancer in a new awareness campaign “CeMe.”
All too often the focus around cervical cancer is on human papillomavirus (HPV) and vaccination. That leaves out generations of women born before there was a vaccine, or whose parents opted out of the adolescent vaccination series when they were younger. Every year, more than 14,000 women in the US are diagnosed with cervical cancer.
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