The West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program (WVBCCSP) is a comprehensive public health program that helps uninsured or underinsured women gain access to breast and cervical cancer screening services. Screening and early detection reduces death rates, improves treatment options, and greatly increases survival. West Virginia Breast and Cervical. Cancer Screening Program There are two resources available to women who are diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer or certain pre-cancerous conditions: West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment Fund: Medicaid Treatment Act.
The mission of the West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program is to prevent disease, disability, and premature death due to breast and/or cervical cancer. Cancer Prevention and Control (CPC) at the West Virginia University Cancer Institute, provides data-driven, evidence-based outreach and education. Women’s Health Center of West Virginia (WHC) provides a wide range of gynecological services including birth control counseling and supplies, routine breast and pelvic examinations, pap smears, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, counseling and treatment for menopausal symptoms, fertility counseling, ultrasounds, pregnancy tests, colposcopy screening and emergency Location: 510 West Washington Street Charleston, WV, 25302 United States.
CDC's National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) data on screening and diagnostic services and clinical outcomes for the most recent 5-year period for which data are available for the 67 state, tribal, and territorial programs that collectively represent the NBCCEDP. Bonnie’s Bus a mobile mammography unit that travels across West Virginia, offering breast cancer screening in a comfortable, convenient environment. Since 2009, Bonnie’s Bus has provided more than 18,600 mammograms and detected at least 87 cases of breast cancer.