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This week, researchers revealed exciting results from the GCIG INTERLACE clinical trial, showing that a new way of using existing cancer drugs could mean more effective treatment options for cervical cancer. 

It’s a tricky time to be a charity. We’re facing an anticipated income loss of over 60% and have had to furlough over half of our amazing colleagues to make sure we can continue to deliver our key frontline services. It’s a tricky time but we’re...

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I am addressing this to everyone working in our NHS, in public health, in social care. Whether you work in a laboratory, general practice, a hospital or are supporting any aspect of our health and care system in your home - I want to thank you...

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Self-isolation and social distancing were terms many of us couldn’t define a few weeks ago, now they’re our way of life– a ‘new normal’. Staying in and avoiding other people is the best thing we can do to slow down the spread of Covid-19, but for...

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Your world might have changed, but we haven’t. In this series, we talk about the impact coronavirus might have on your life and how to manage it.

Today is World Cancer Day. This year, we’ve decided to talk about the importance of friendships, talking and support. 

A Jo’s survey in 2008 overwhelmingly showed that 98% women with cervical cancer wanted more person to person support and that their preferred choice of services were a 

To be able to enjoy sex and intimacy, lots of things need to work together.

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.