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Posted by Eluned Hughes, Head of Information and Engagement, 10:30 am
You might have seen stories in newspapers today about a new kind of test for detecting cervical cell changes and helping prevent cervical cancer. A new study published this week has found that a new kind of test could be more accurate at...Read more
Posted by Louise Stonier – Chief People and Culture Officer, The Pets at Home Group, 3:45 pm
In December last year, our team at Pets at Home signed up to Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust’s #TimeToTest campaign: committing to raising cervical cancer awareness in our workplace and playing our part in preve
Posted by Dr Nighat Arif, NHS GP and Wellbeing of Women Ambassador, 12:45 pm
Earlier this summer, we teamed up with Dr Nighat Arif – NHS GP and Wellbeing of Women Ambassador –
Posted by Eluned Hughes, Head of Information and Engagement, 1:45 pm
At Jo’s, we work for women – that goes without saying – but we also recognise that not everyone with a cervix identifies as a woman. This week is Non-Binary Awareness Week, and this blog looks at the role of sample-taker
Posted by Sophie Hannah, Communications Manager, 12:00 pm
Sophie Hannah, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Communications Manager, has been attending screenings for almost a decade. But after a more difficult experience than usual at her most recent screening, she’s written about what she’s planning to do...Read more
Posted by Hannah Wright, Policy and Public Affairs Officer, 2:15 pm
This week is Cervical Screening Awareness Week, an opportunity to highlight the importance of cervical screening.
Posted by Karen Brown, WoS Network Administrator for Sexual Health & Child Protection, My Body Back, 1:00 pm
The West of Scotland My Body Back clinic was founded in February 2018. Based on the My Body Back London service it offers cervical screening for people who have experi
Posted by Samantha Dixon, Chief Executive, 9:30 am
You might have seen a story in the news today about how often women and people with a cervix are invited for cervical screening. This blog takes you behind the headlines to clear up what it’s all about and what it means for you.
Posted by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust team, 5:30 pm
Cervical screening can help prevent cervical cancer. Yet across the UK, on average, one in four women and people with a cervix do not attend their screening appointments. Among ethnic minority communities, this is even lower.
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, 3:45 pm
The Cervical Screening Programme in Wales recently 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