Media Clips

Alabama Champion: Polio survivor Dr. Isabel Scarinci aims to eradicate cervical cancer (ABC 33/40)

Operation Wipe Out partner Dr. Isabel Scarinci of the University of Alabama at Birmingham was featured as an Alabama Champion by ABC News 33/40, discussing how her experience as a polio survivor is inspiring her work to end cervical cancer as a public health problem in Alabama.

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UAB’s Isabel Scarinci on the plan to eliminate cervical cancer (CBS 42)

Operation Wipe Out’s own Dr. Isabel Scarinci joined the CBS 42 Morning News to speak about Alabama’s statewide efforts to prevent cervical cancer. More from CBS 42 here.

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Scarinci selected to lead national cervical cancer elimination workgroup (UAB News)

The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Isabel Scarinci, Ph.D., vice chair for Global and Rural Health in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, was chosen to lead a workgroup charged with creating the United States cervical cancer elimination plan.  Read more from UAB News.

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We can end Cervical Cancer in our lifetime. (Alabama Department of Health)

“The common thread in most of our accomplishments in Alabama has been that when women and communities come together to fight against cancer, they make a difference. I know from this experience, if we work together, we can end cervical cancer in our communities.” Read this powerful commentary from Nancy Wright, Director, Cancer Prevention and…

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