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Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, 3:45 pm
This week, the Cervical Screening Programme in Wales announced that it is changing. As of the 1st of January the routine screening interval for women and other people with a cervix in Wales aged 25 - 49 has moved from three to five years. We’re...Read more
Posted by Suzanne Kelly, West of Scotland Cervical Cancer Prevention Project Coordinator, 11:30 am
Posted by Samantha Dixon, Chief Executive, 4:00 pm
This blog has been updated from June 2021.
Posted by Dr Larisa Corda, Endometriosis UK Ambassador & Nikita Gandhi, Fundraising Officer, 1:15 pm
For lots of women and people with a cervix, smear tests (cervical screening) are something that might feel a bit uncomfortable or embarrassing, but is over and done with quickly.
Posted by Samantha Dixon, Chief Executive, 10:30 am
Sam Dixon became Chief Executive of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust in May 2021.
Posted by Sam Attwell, 2:45 pm
Cervical screening (smear tests) can be difficult for women and people with a cervix with a physical disability. We hear from Sam Attwell, who set up Blind Since Birth U
Posted by Louise Goldsmith, Claire Holland, 4:45 pm
To mark Deaf Awareness Week, we hear from 2 deaf women who have shared their experiences of a cervical screening (and colposcopy) appointment, as well as th
Posted by Hannah Wright, Policy and Public Affairs Assistant, 3:45 pm
Cervical screening is one of the best ways to prevent
Posted by Hannah Dwyer, Support Services Officer, 9:45 am
Hannah Dwyer is a Support Services Officer at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, where she works on the Helpline and
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications and Public Affairs, 5:30 pm
A lot has changed since last Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. However your year has panned out, it’s safe to say most of us have had a lot on our plate.