Volunteer for ASCT
Looking for a way to contribute and make a difference in your profession? We would love to have you on board with us…any member of the American Society for Cytotechnology (ASCT) who wants to become active in the Society is invited to complete and return the following application. Future committee members and chairs will be chosen as much as possible from this pool of members. View our volunteer form to learn more about opportunities to join a committee!
CAP See, Test & Treat
The College of American Pathologists’ See, Test &Treat TM program provides free cervical and breast cancer screening for uninsured and underinsured women in the United States. Women receive same day screening, diagnoses, and follow-up care. Information can be found at www.cap.org on the CAP Foundation page.
CerviCusco is a Peruvian registered non-profit association dedicated to preventing cervical cancer. CerviCusco is affiliated with the International Cervical Cancer (INCCA) Foundation. A modern medical center is maintained in Cusco, Peru staffed by a Peruvian healthcare team. Expert foreign medical providers work at CerviCusco on a volunteer basis throughout the year.
Grounds for Health
Grounds for health works with coffee-growing communities to establish sustainable cervical cancer prevention programs. Grounds for health invests in education and training of community health promoters and providers. www.groundsforhealth.org
The PAPS Team International
The Professionals Analyzing Pap Smears Incorporated also known as The PAPS Team International, is a California-based non-profit, international organization. They are dedicated to the prevention of cervical cancer in developing countries and underserved areas. Three Cervical and Breast Cancer Screening clinics have been established in Kenya.
The Viet/American Cervical Cancer Prevention Project
The mission is to help Vietnam develop Papanicolaou screening services while studying the relationship between the Vietnam War and cervical cancer.www.vietnamcervicalcancer.org