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Looking into the New Year, there is lots to look forward to and focus on. We are committed to working harder and shouting louder than ever before and we are better placed than ever to do this with a growing team, a rising income, a greater...

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Well, we do. A cervical cancer diagnosis, treatment and life beyond can certainly have some uplifting moments but girl those downward turns can really dig their nails into you!

Volunteering is a powerful tool. It can be a valuable resource, contribute to recovery or rehabilitation and satisfy a wide range of needs.

Catherine Cooke tells us about her experience of Let's Meet and why she's attending this year again.

Last Friday the results of the annual National Cancer Patient Experience Survey were released.

I was diagnosed with stage 1B1, grade 3 cervical cancer in September 2015 following a routine cervical screening. I had never experienced an abnormal result before and had no symptoms to indicate anything was wrong.

In the summer of 2013 I was diagnosed with stage 3b cervical cancer. I had always been vigilant about having cervical smear tests and STI screening. As a nurse working in the community I had also been part of a team delivering the HPV vaccination...

As a charity we are focused on the day that no woman dies from cervical cancer.

Recently I attended the International Federation for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology conference in Orlandowhere I was invited to speak about the psychosocial barriers to screening...

It's just a week to go until our very first Roadshow begins, find out what it's all about from our latest blog by Claire Cohen.