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Posted by Jo's Voices members and Forum users, 1:45 pm
Treatment for cervical cancer depends on lots of things including the stage of the cancer, potential side effects, and the general health and preferences of the person affected. Going through treatment can be really difficult.
Posted by Lisa McWilliams, Specialist Physiotherapist in Pelvic Health, Belfast City Hospital, 9:00 am
Lisa Williams is a physiotherapist from Belfast. In this blog, she talks about the often hidden challenges facing women recovering from cervical cancer and its treatments, and what physios can do to help.
Posted by Diane Hassall, Independent Therapist, 3:00 pm
Diane is a therapist and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 12:00 pm
A lot has changed due to the coronavirus crisis, but some things stay the same - this includes your GP’s role. They’re your first point of contact for...Read more
Posted by Ted Tugwell, Fundraiser, 2:00 pm
During our 20th year, we’ve been speaking to people who have been supporting us over the years. Ted Tugwell has been fundraising for Jo’s for over six years with the goal of raising £200,000 after his wife sadly passed away from cervical cancer...
Posted by Nicola Wild, Media Volunteer, 9:15 am
Lymphoedema can affect people in different ways. In this blog, Nicola shares her experience. 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.
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 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.