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See, Test & Treat

The Foundation’s flagship program delivers pathologist-led free cervical and breast cancer screening to medically underserved women. The program is funded by donations to the CAP Foundation.

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See, Test & Treat

See, Test & Treat® is led by CAP member pathologists and a team of volunteer physicians and healthcare professionals to provide patient-centered, collaborative care.

During a See, Test & Treat program, women receive a pelvic and breast exam, a Pap test with same-day results, a mammogram with same-day or prompt results and connection to follow-up care. On-site follow-up care may also be conducted.

Patients keep busy while they wait for their test results. See, Test & Treat’s culturally sensitive approach offers:

  • Interpretive services
  • Translated education to promote preventive screenings and healthy lifestyle
  • Pathologists to show women normal and abnormal cells through a
    dual-headed microscope
  • Financial and patient navigators to help patients plan for future healthcare needs
  • Nutritious meals and transportation
  • Adherence to current American Cancer Society cervical and breast cancer guidelines.

See, Test, & Treat Grant

CAP member pathologists partnering with hospitals and clinics to host a program may apply for grants up to $20,000 for each program site. Apply for a See, Test & Treat grant to ensure vulnerable patients have access to free cervical and breast cancer screening.

Host a Program

To learn how more about hosting an event, please email the Foundation: CAPFdn@cap.org or call at 800-323-4040 ext. 7931.

We invite you to complete the See, Test & Treat Pre-Screening Questionnaire to evaluate your eligibility to host a program and begin the planning process.

Previous Programs

Different organizations host See, Test, and Treat programs throughout the United States. Hundreds of women have been screened since the program’s inception in 2001.

Read about how previous See, Test, and Treat programs have helped various communities in need.

Watch the videos to learn more about these programs in cities throughout the United States.

2014 See, Test & Treat® Program Schedule

CAP Event Member Leaders: Jennifer Blankenship, MD, FCAP; Donna M. Coffey, MD, FCAP; Kyle Eskue, MD, FCAP; Bradley M. Linzie, MD, FCAP; Barbarajean Magnani, PhD, MD, FCAP; Latha Pisharodi, MD, FCAP; Erin Rubin, MD, FCAP.

Event Dates

Location

April 12

Washington University/Barnes-Jewish/Siteman Cancer Center
St. Louis, MO

September 20

Rhode Island Hospital Cancer Center
Providence, RI

September 27

St. David’s Medical Center
Austin, TX

October 7, 8, 9

NorthPoint Health & Wellness Clinic
Minneapolis, MN

October 11

HOPE Clinic
Houston, TX

October 18

Lone Star Health Center
Conroe, TX

October 25

Tufts Medical Center
Boston, MA


 

  Resources

 • CAP Foundation Home
 • See, Test & Treat Videos
 • Previous See, Test &
    Treat Programs

 • See, Test &Treat Grant


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