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“In 2015 I went for my first cervical screening. It was a bit uncomfortable, but the result showed everything to be clear. Things changed when I went for my second in 2018. My results letter said HPV positive with moderate cell changes. 

Cervical cancer touches the lives of countless women around the world. Intimacy is a cornerstone of human connection, but for many of those living with or beyond cervical cancer, the experience can be affected by a distressing and often taboo...

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This week, NHS England has pledged to eliminate cervical cancer by 2040. We are really excited about the news as the pledge includes plans to improve access to online booking for vaccination appointments nationally and support for healthcare...

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This week, researchers revealed exciting results from the GCIG INTERLACE clinical trial, showing that a new way of using existing cancer drugs could mean more effective treatment options for cervical cancer. 

If you have experienced a traumatic birth and are feeling worried about going for your next cervical screening, here are some suggestions to help and details of where you can get further support:

Each year in Scotland, there are 323 diagnoses of cervical cancer and sadly 95 deaths.

‘Head torch?’ - check.  ‘Spare laces?’ - check.  ‘She Wee?' - check. 
What are the emotional impacts of finishing treatment?

We often hear from our community that they feel a mixture of different emotions after they finish treatment for cervical cancer, and one of these is loneliness. This can come as a surprise to...

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Recently we have spoken to several women who are concerned about the time it is taking for their cervical screening (smear test) results to come through or who are facing delays for follow up tests. This can understandably be worrying and if you...

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