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Here are some of the WNBA players who will be helping to spread the word about cervical cancer prevention:

"This is a great opportunity to not only gain knowledge myself, but it also gives me the opportunity to share things that I've learned that can actually change a persons life expectancy and quality of life."

"If I can help to save the life of just one person, I will feel great, but I believe Digene will put me in the position to reach millions and I am excited about the opportunity."

"Being associated with Digene means a lot to me. First, it is because I am a woman. Second is because a woman's health should not be taken lightly. We have been blessed with the ability to give life and allowing ourselves to go for a preventable disease doesn't make much sense."

"I want to be a part of this campaign because being a woman in a field that is perceived as a male dominated profession you have to continue to challenge and educate people on the reality of what we do and how well we do it. We have to be proactive and do more than get by. To empower and educate women in this area will not only help with the prevention of cervical cancer but will hopefully help them take charge in all aspects of their lives."

"I believe that good health and fitness are a great road to take to enjoy a great life. Being healthy gives you an excited outlook on life and living."

(Photo credits: Hammon: Jesse D. Garrabrant and Nathaniel S. ButlerWNBAE/Getty Images; Leslie: Andrew D. Bernstein and Jennifer Pottheiser/WNBAE/Getty Images; Thompson: Barry Gossage and Nathaniel S. Butler/WNBAE/Getty Images)