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Cervical Cancer Survey Seeks Lesbian And Bisexual Women

By | 2014-10-28T09:00:00-04:00 October 28th, 2014|Uncategorized|

By BTL Staff

Michael Johnson, a PhD student at Medical University of South Carolina, is seeking input from lesbian and bisexual women on a study involving cervical cancer and screenings. Johnson, who’s been involved with LGBT advocacy and research for a number of years, will attempt to use the information from the study to improve healthcare services and programs for lesbian and bisexual women, specifically related to cervical cancer screening services.

Participants can help by taking a quick survey at http://www.CrushCervicalCancer.com or by scheduling a photo interview with Johnson my calling him at 702-301-1874. Women will be compensated for their time. Any further questions or comments can be emailed to johnmsj@musc.edu.

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