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Cervical cancer screening advocate’s dying wishes start to take shape

Cervical cancer screening advocate’s dying wishes start to take shape

Update: 2020-10-16
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Karla Van Kessel died of complications caused by cervical cancer on Feb. 17. Until the day she died, the London, Ont. mother of two fought for improved measures to prevent cervical cancer. She spoke to White Coat, Black Art about her missed diagnosis more than a year ago, after the cancer returned for a second time. Her husband and sister join Dr. Goldman to talk about her legacy and how her efforts are making a difference when it comes screening and how women are notified of test results.
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Cervical cancer screening advocate’s dying wishes start to take shape

Cervical cancer screening advocate’s dying wishes start to take shape