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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. 

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...

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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.

Sam Dixon became Chief Executive of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust in May 2021.

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

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

Cervical screening is one of the best ways to prevent

Hannah Dwyer is a Support Services Officer at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, where she works on the Helpline and