Abigail has directed the ANCHOR study since 2014. She has over 20 years of experience leading projects related to reproductive and women's health. Prior to ANCHOR, she directed an evaluation of two statewide initiatives to reduce unintended pregnancy through increased access to and provision of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) methods. She has worked on evaluation of a statewide teen pregnancy prevention program for the California Office of Family Planning, the determinants of adolescent pregnancy among Latina women, and knowledge of Emergency Contraception (EC) among women in California. Abigail speaks Italian and Spanish. She is thrilled to contribute to our understanding of cancer prevention.
The ANCHOR Study has been halted due to treatment’s high success rate.
Treating anal cancer precursor lesions reduces cancer risk for people living with HIV. Click here for the UCSF press release.
Please contact your local ANCHOR site if you have any questions or concerns.