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Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 4:30 pm
How would you react if you were told you had HPV? Would you be afraid? Upset? Or simply a bit unsure of what it meant?
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 9:45 am
It’s back-to-school time and that means thousands of children, both boys and girls (perhaps your own children) may be offered the HPV vaccine at school. You may have seen that the vaccine has been hitting the news recently and...Read more
Posted by Sophie Davies, Media volunteer, 4:00 pm
"After the story came out, which showed that the rate of cervical abnormalities in young women in Scotland has gone down by 90%, I talked about it to every single patient who came into my practice. I wanted to shout about it from the rooftops!"...
Posted by Laura Flaherty, 10:30 am
Laura, was diagnosed with Stage 1a1 cervical cancer in 2016 aged 29. She shares her experience of being told she had high-risk HPV.
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications and Public Affairs, 11:00 am
Today the NHS in Scotland has announced that it will be introducing HPV testing as the primary method for cervical screening from 2019, but what does this actually mean and how will it save lives?
Posted by Robert Music, Chief Executive, 9:15 am
Wednesday’s (19th July) announcement from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) was disappointing.
Posted by Claire Cohen, Head of Information and Engagement, 4:00 pm
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for 99.7% of cervical cancers, yet knowledge around this potentially cancer-causing virus is low. So what are some of the common myths about HPV?