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If you’ve been diagnosed with cervical cancer, hearing that you have or have had a cancer that can be prevented can be difficult.

In June this year, the WI launched 5 Minutes that Matter - a national campaign to raise awareness of the importance of

I was diagnosed with cervical cancer not long after Jo Maxwell passed away.

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Sarah, one of our volunteers, took on her first overseas cycling challenge on the Women V Cancer cycle India ride. She’s shared her experience with us and some tips on what you can do if you’re thinking about taking on a challenge but aren’t sure...

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During our 20th year, we’re speaking to people who have been supporting us throughout the years. Marianne Wood is a Colposcopy Clinical Nurse Specialist in London.

If you’re an avid Coronation Street fan, you’ll be fully aware of the dramatic cervical cancer storyline unfolding on our screens. It’s a story that’s sparking conversation, so even if you aren’t glued to your TV it’s not unlikely that you’ll...

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It seems like everyone is discussing Coronation Street this week, as Sinead Tinker’s sad storyline draws to a close on Friday. It has been emotional and a difficult watch at times for many in our community.

Ciara Lawrence has a learning disability and is a passionate campaigner.

This blog talks about cervical screening (smear tests) after the menopause, whether natural or triggered by treatment for cervical cancer.