The See, Test & Treat® program connects women to preventive care and education. Our program offers free cervical and breast cancer screening, same-day results, a plan for follow-up care and education. We have provided healthcare access and education to thousands of underserved women and their families throughout the country.

Below are some examples of program outcomes:

CityOrganizationParticipantsHighlightsOrganizer
St. Louis, MissouriWashington University/Barnes-Jewish Hospital /Siteman Cancer Center89 women from the surrounding communitiesApproximately 20% presented with abnormal screening mammograms. Health fair featuring 8 organ specific stations offering women and family members the opportunity to talk with a pathologist, ask questions and view examples of healthy and cancerous cellsErin Rubin, MD, FCAP
Providence, Rhode IslandRhode Island Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center37 women with special outreach to area domestic violence sheltersApproximately 15% presented with abnormal Pap test results; 12.5% presented with abnormal screening mammograms; 1 case of breast cancer discoveredLatha Pisharodi, MD, FCAP
Austin, TexasSt. David's Medical Center54 mostly Hispanic women and their families15% abnormal rate for both Pap test and screening mammograms; all patients connected to follow-up care as appropriateJennifer Blankenship, MD, FCAP
Boston, MassachusettsTufts Medical Center35 women in Boston's Chinatown and nearby neighborhoodsApproximately 23% received abnormal Pap test results with 1 case of mild and 1 case of moderate dysplasia discovered as of result of the screening offeredBarbarajean Magnani, PhD, MD, FCAP