Until the 1950’s cervical cancer killed more American women than any other type of cancer.  Widespread screening has drastically decreased the number of those deaths in the US, but in the West African country of Senegal, the disease remains prevalent.  Every year more than 1,400 Senegalese women are diagnosed with cervical Cancer, and hundreds of them die from it.

To Andrew Dykens, the situation is especially galling given how easy this form of cancer is to catch <<keep reading>>