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:
|St. Louis, Missouri||Washington University/Barnes-Jewish Hospital /Siteman Cancer Center||89 women from the surrounding communities||Approximately 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 cells||Erin Rubin, MD, FCAP|
|Providence, Rhode Island||Rhode Island Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center||37 women with special outreach to area domestic violence shelters||Approximately 15% presented with abnormal Pap test results; 12.5% presented with abnormal screening mammograms; 1 case of breast cancer discovered||Latha Pisharodi, MD, FCAP|
|Austin, Texas||St. David's Medical Center||54 mostly Hispanic women and their families||15% abnormal rate for both Pap test and screening mammograms; all patients connected to follow-up care as appropriate||Jennifer Blankenship, MD, FCAP|
|Boston, Massachusetts||Tufts Medical Center||35 women in Boston's Chinatown and nearby neighborhoods||Approximately 23% received abnormal Pap test results with 1 case of mild and 1 case of moderate dysplasia discovered as of result of the screening offered||Barbarajean Magnani, PhD, MD, FCAP|