According to Angela, early detection could reduce the devastating effect of cervical cancer, a condition that disproportionately affects women of color.
Ms Iheoma has created a device that will allow women to be tested in their homes by a healthcare provider. She will eventually will be expanding into tele-mediciene which will allow women to take a picture of their own cervix and wirelessly send it to a provider to examine. This is however the first step and the support is needed to move it forward.
To find out more about Ms. Iheoma and her invention, visit www.womanhomeexambed.com.[sc_embed_player_template1 fileurl=”http://gatewoodmarketing.com/1/audio/guest-interview-043015-angelaiheoma.mp3″]