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Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 10:30 am
If you’re an avid Coronation Street fan, you’ll be fully aware of the dramatic cervical cancer storyline unfolding on our screens. It’s a story that’s sparking conversation, so even if you aren’t glued to your TV it’s not unlikely that you’ll...Read more
Posted by Pete Wallroth, CEO of Mummy's Star, 12:15 pm
It seems like everyone is discussing Coronation Street this week, as Sinead Tinker’s sad storyline draws to a close on Friday. It has been emotional and a difficult watch at times for many in our community.
Posted by Ciara Lawrence, Campaigns Support Officer at Mencap, 8:15 am
Ciara Lawrence has a learning disability and is a passionate campaigner.
Posted by Imogen Pinnell, Health Information Manager, 3:30 pm
This blog talks about cervical screening (smear tests) after the menopause, whether natural or triggered by treatment for cervical cancer.
Posted by Kathryn Firth, Sarah McDonald, Amanda Blood, 3:30 pm
We know that a cancer diagnosis can put a strain on your mental health whether it took place a month ago or a year ago.
Posted by Sophie Correia, Fundraising Officer, 8:15 am
Wills may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about giving money to charity. Your Will might not be something you discuss at all.
Posted by Jenny Greenfield, Practice Nurse Manager, 8:15 am
During our 20th year, we’re speaking to people who have been supporting us throughout the years.
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 Kate Sanger, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, 11:30 am
Ahead of the third and final part of the new Jade Goody documentary on Channel 4, we’re discussing the sorts of conversations it will inspire, and how we can make sure they are as positive as possible.
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, 8:00 am
We’ve released a new report today highlighting a barrier to cervical screening which is frankly disgraceful: physical disability.