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Posted by Iona Stoddart, Prevention Project Lead, 11:45 am
Iona Stoddart leads our West of Scotland team and she recently went on a cervical screening tour of the Western Isles. She’s shared the insights this unique part of the world gave her about access to cervical screening.
Posted by Nicola Wild, Media Volunteer, 9:15 am
Nicola was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2008 when she was 27. In May, she had a hysterectomy and all her pelvic lymph nodes removed. She then had chemotherapy and pelvic radiotherapy after regaining some strength, about 3 months later.
Posted by Mandy Parker, Laura Burlingham and Hayley Sculpher-Brown, 6:00 am
Today is World Cancer Day. This year, we’ve decided to talk about the importance of friendships, talking and support.
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 4:30 pm
How would you react if you were told you had HPV? Would you be afraid? Upset? Or simply a bit unsure of what it meant?
Posted by Robert Music, Chief Executive, 10:15 am
Can cervical cancer be eliminated? Are we close? Or are we actually seeing increases in diagnoses?
Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 3:30 pm
If you’ve been diagnosed with cervical cancer, hearing that you have or have had a cancer that can be prevented can be difficult.
Posted by Alexandra Barker, National Federation of Women’s Institutes, 9:30 am
In June this year, the WI launched 5 Minutes that Matter - a national campaign to raise awareness of the importance of
Posted by Roberta Turnbull, Jo's Volunteer, 4:00 pm
I was diagnosed with cervical cancer not long after Jo Maxwell passed away.
Posted by Mary Lewis, Media Volunteer, 10:30 am
Originally published on iNews.
Posted by Sarah Vining, Volunteer, 9:15 am
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...Read more