Although cervical cancer is a type of cancer that can be prevented with effective treatment methods, it is the gynecologic cancer that causes the most deaths in the world. For this reason, women’s health specialists take smears at periodic check-ups. If it has been given at a recent doctor’s visit, there is no need to test with Easy Smear.
Women who cannot see a doctor for various reasons or who have difficulties in accessing a doctor can easily check their health once a year with Easy Smear.
Current findings show that this type of cancer occurs in about 7 out of 100 women worldwide every year. Women between 25 and 45 years of age who are sexually active are at high risk. Women under 25 years of age should have the test 3 years after their first sexual experience and women over 25 years of age should have the test once a year.
It is possible to minimize cervical cancer through widespread smear collection or HPV screening. Only by establishing a good screening system can the incidence of this disease be reduced nationally and globally.
Smear collection is a PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE and the most important step in the prevention of cervical cancer. As can be seen in the tables below, Turkey is at the bottom of even the least developed countries in terms of the percentage of smear collection and for this, smear collection should be extended to the villages. We believe that the EASY SMEAR Tool will make a significant ontribution in this regard.
It is a life-saving method for women who cannot go to a gynecologist regularly, who are afraid to go to a gynecologist and be examined, because EARLY DIAGNOSIS SAVES LIFE.