Read Video TranscriptThe number one enemy is stigma. Why? Because I almost killed myself and also I’ve seen people killing themselves because of the stigma. The stigma started with me, myself when I’m going through the treatment and mostly with the community.My name is Milicent Kagonga, I live in Kenya in Nairobi City. I was 25 years old when I found out I had stage four cervical cancer. Before I was diagnosed, I suffered for five years with abnormal vaginal bleeding and discharge. I didn’..
Read Video TranscriptI was amazed with the results and we discovered that my mother and I were not the only ones who did not know. And out there, there are so many women who still do not know.My name is Bar Levy, I’m from Tel Aviv Israel. I’m the daughter of Sarit Rosenberg Levy, who passed away so young from uterine cancer. But I’m here to tell you my story, and it starts while I was sitting on the hospital’s floor next to my mother’s bed. It was 3:00 a.m. and she was finally asleep. ..