This image of a cervical low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LSIL) makes the perfect conversation starter to hang on the wall of a doctor’s office or clinic.
- Ideal for hanging in doctor’s offices
- Creates a starting point for an important conversation
- 10% of proceeds are donated to the cancer foundation of your choice
- Stunning art piece that gives to a cause
The Cervical LSIL Medical Artwork piece is created from a real photo of a cervical LSIL at the cellular level and then colorized by the Survivor Artwork artists to create a stunning image that can help bring awareness to women’s health. 10% of the proceeds from the sale of this medical wall art piece will be donated to the cancer foundation of your choice. Order your molecular photo artwork today.
- Available in one size: 18x24
- Available framed or mounted
- You can choose the cancer foundation to receive the donation during the checkout process
About Cervical LSIL
LSIL is not cancer. While a Pap test is used to screen for cervical cancer, it can't determine for sure that abnormal cells are cancerous. For that, you would need a cervical biopsy. Pap tests can reveal precancerous cells and other abnormal changes that may lead to cervical cancer.