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Planned Parenthood is the nation’s leading provider and advocate of high-quality, affordable health care for women, men, and young people, as well as the U.S.’s largest provider of sex education. On campuses and online, in schools and community settings, in health centers, and in the media, Planned Parenthood is a visible and reliable source of expert reproductive and sexual health care, education, and information. We do this work because we’re passionate about helping people lead healthier lives.

We Can Agree / WI Loves PP

We decided to launch two new campaign this season — We Can Agree & WI Loves PP. It's an aspirational statement of inclusion, helping us focus less on our differences, and more on common ground. 

Cervical Cancer Screening

Cervical Cancer can be deadly. It’s also one of the easier cancers to diagnose and cure with regular Pap screenings. That’s why all women ages 21 and up should get screened every two to five years. Planned Parenthood can help you determine which test is right for you, and how often you should get screened.

One Key Question

We have one key question to ask:

Do you want to get to pregnant in the next year?

It can be a pretty big question, and your answer can have an effect on your health, your lifestyle and your options. Whether or not to get pregnant is your decision. And we’re here to help you get the best outcome, whatever your choice.